New Map Shows Future Potential Sea Level Rise, Wetlands in Maryland

state mapping project shows areas in Maryland that could be susceptible to sea level rise in the future.

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources worked with George Mason University and The Nature Conservancy on the project, which shows viewers the areas that could become wetlands.

By sharing which places could become affected by rising sea levels, DNR conservation resilience planner Sara Coleman hopes people will be able to adjust before it gets too late.