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Wyoming - 7,500 feet
At 7,500 feet of sea level rise, most of the Continental US is underwater. Wyoming now has a large land mass in its northwestern corner containing the Yellowstone, Tetons, Gros Ventre and Bridger higher elevated areas. About 650 square miles of the Bighorn National Forest is a second island. The Routt National Forest, where it reaches into Wyoming on the southern border is above water but the state capital of Cheyenne is not. There are a few smaller islands around these areas.

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