10 Terrifying Images of What Coastal Cities Will Soon Look Like Underwater

According to a new study published in Science, sea-levels could rise over 20 feet by the year 2200. To appreciate the real-world impact this may have, Climate Central teamed with talented designer Nickolay Lamm to show how present-day cities would look with the impending sea levels. This disturbing slideshow illustrates just how imperative it is to begin reducing CO2 output into our atmosphere ASAP.

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AT&T Park, San Franciaco: Today

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AT&T Park, San Franciaco: Circa 2200

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Harvard University: Today

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Harvard University: Circia 2200

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Washington Monument: Today

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Washington Monument: Circa 2200

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Crissy Field, San Francisco: Today

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Crissy Field, San Francisco: Circa 2200

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Statue of Liberty: Today

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Statue of Liberty: Circa 2200

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San Diego Convention Center: Today

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San Diego Convention Center: Circa 2200

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Citadel Military College, Charleston, South Carolina: Today

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Citadel Military College, Charleston, South Carolina: Circa 2200

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Ocean Drive, Miami: Today

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Ocean Drive, Miami: Circa 2200

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Venice Beach, CA: Today

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Venice Beach, CA: Circa 2200

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Back Bay, Boston: Today

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Back Bay, Boston: Circa 2200

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