How the future regular high spring tide will look like...   (4,0 based on 11 ratings)    viewed: 367x
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1 Coordination center sea locks Terneuzen, 0.5km
2 Direction of the Nord Sea but the horizon is still Western Scheldt
3 Nuclear power plant Borssele, 12.6 km
4 Ellewoutsdijk, 5.4 km
5 Waterfront, 0.8 km
6 Town hall Terneuzen, 0.6 km

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Location: Terneuzen Marine West beer (7 m)      by: Mentor Depret
Area: Netherlands      Date: 2018 01 03 3:14 PM wt
Here another view of that storm surge with an extra meter of water on top of the astronomical high spring tide resulting in a level of + 3.97 m NAP. I have never seen the water that high. This gives an idea how the future regular high spring tide will look like, at the end of this century, when the sea level will have increased by about 0.8 m. A storm blowing an extra meter on top of this will certainly test the dikes at their limits...

For more explanation: see pano 22907

Canon Eos M6 with EF-M 18-150 mm, 13 pics, 37 mm (59.2 mm KB), iso 250, f 5.6, 1/250, PTGuiPro, 35759x3289 px 353.7 MB TIFF, no crop, downsized 5436x500 1MB JPEG

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Da hattest Du die Wellen ganz schön im Griff! ; - ))
2018/01/11 15:38, Walter Schmidt
Schöne Szene.
2018/01/13 16:38, Dieter Leimkötter
Your diligent documentation of what happens in your immediate environment is amazing. Cheers, Martin
2018/01/14 17:10, Martin Kraus

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