Stephen Von Worley used 2010 Census data and the U.S. Geological Survey to show the vulnerability of 10 coastal cities in the U.S., including Boston, to flooding brought on by the likes of Superstorm Sandy. What are we looking at above?
[D]ense residential neighborhoods colored by elevation: white at the mean tide line, fading to yellow at 12 feet, orange at 25 feet, and blue at 50 feet or more above sea level, with less-populated areas represented by the same scheme, darkened proportionally. You get the picture.
· Above Sea Level [Data Pointed]