However, pragmatic people like Cliff Mass point out that the uncertainty is too high to make accurate predictions...this is why Florida is not underwater, as predicted.
"The rate of sea-level rise has increased from the 19th century to the 20th, and for the past 20 years the rate of global sea-level rise has been about 80% faster than the best estimate of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Third Assessment Re port released only a few years ago." (my bold) from:
Ignoring sea level rise and intensifying flooding, Miami has continued to build luxury real estate near the water at a rapid pace. But as developers eye higher ground, communities of color will likely bear the heaviest burden from the changes wrought by climate change.
A South Florida attorney outline the environmental and financial toll that sea-level rise already is taking in Florida.
I could go on...