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“Consider it a practice run:” Hawai’i Sea Grant and partners advise state of unusually high tide levels expected this summer

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The highest mean water levels ever recorded in Hawai'i occurred in April 2017. Scientists with the University of Hawaii and Sea Grant predict there is more to come and provide early notice to help communities prepare.

Changing Tides: New Coastal Mapping Tool Helps to Gauge the Potential Influence of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Inundation in Hawai'i

Preparing Hawai'i for coastal storms

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In response to a record-breaking Pacific hurricane season, Hawai'i Sea Grant led a NOAA Coastal Storms Program project to assess the risk of urban Honolulu to coastal inundation. 

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