First of all, to suffer the coast of South Florida.
The end of the century large coastal cities around the world, most likely, will go under water, reports Rus.Media.
The article of American scientists published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. For their research, the scientists took the last 25 years. It turned out that since 1993, the rise of the ocean water accelerates in additional 0,084 mm per year. Given that average growth over this period at 2.9 millimeters per year in the period from 2005 to 2100, the oceans will rise by 65 centimeters.
Thus, for the same period the water level may rise 30 cm. Through this can primarily be affected the coast of southern Florida, Bangladesh, Shanghai and parts of Washington.
The reason is the same – the melting of glaciers due to global warming.