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Ohio - Current Level to 600 feet
Being two to three states away from the Atlantic Ocean, Ohio is much less susceptible to tidal surges or massive flooding. If there were to be a tidal surge from the Atlantic in Canada or slow sea level rise that made its way into the Great Lakes, Ohio would start to be majorly affected at about 650 feet of sea level rise. Once that mark was hit and since Ohio is fairly flat, water would spread rapidly throughout the state.

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To use the map above, select the ocean level rise you would like to view, use the plus and minus keys on the keyboard or the mousewheel to zoom in and out. Click and drag on the map to change the viewing location.

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