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Record Storm Surge in New York

Update 31/10/12: see our Hurricane Sandy page for a full list of links and resources.

Post Tropical Cyclone (was hurricane) Sandy has caused a record storm surge in New York. Tide gauges indicate a surge of 2.8m, which together with tides gives a total water level elevation (TWLE) of 3.4m above mean sea level.

Among the many online resources are:

Several articles (e.g. this from the New York Times) have also discussed the implications of planned satellite missions for future events.

GEOS image from NASA.