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sea level

noun as in ocean's surface

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By 2030, with just 1 foot of sea level rise, almost 10 percent of the pumps that help drain stormwater could be compromised.

Its high point, at 2,994 feet above sea level, sets a record for me.

Most satellites in low Earth orbit are operating between 600 and 800km above sea level.

It also was pressurized to about 10 times the air pressure at sea level.

'Where it can rain, it can flood' Higher sea levels mean that deadly and destructive storm surges push farther inland, which also means more frequent nuisance flooding, according to NOAA.

The sea level rises, falls, rises, falls, just like civilizations.

By the late 1990s the sea level dropped by 16 meters, leaving fishing boats and ships resting on the sandy and salty bottom.

Catastrophic sea level rise is depicted in the comics in a terrifying, bleak future.

Meanwhile, sea level rise will emerge as a huge, inexorable and massively expensive problem.

She had inherited enough wealth that she could live in luxury at sea level; instead, she wanted summits.

Snowdon, the highest in the Kingdom, rises not so much as four thousand feet above the sea level.

It is built at a height of 754 ft. above the sea-level, in a fertile valley, and on the right bank of the Carami river.

As regards orographical features, much of the country is high plateau, with an average altitude of 3500 ft. above sea-level.

The new outlet was about a half mile wide, stretching from sea level and possibly below, to about a quarter mile up the slope.

It was barely a hundred yards in length, ten yards wide, and only eight feet above sea-level at high water!

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On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sea level, such as: water level, mean sea level, and sl.

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