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Oklahoma - Current Level to 300 feet
Being far enough away from any coast, Oklahoma is not as susceptible to tidal surges or massive coastal flooding. If there was a slow sea level rise that allowed water to make its way up the Riverways, Oklahoma would start to be affected at about 300 feet of sea level rise as water made its way up the Red River. Soon after, the Arkansas River where it enters into Oklahoma would start to flood.

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