Rising Sea Levels

Current sea level rise is about 3 mm/year worldwide. According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), "this is a significantly larger rate than the sea-level rise averaged over the last several thousand years", and the rate may be increasing. Sea level rises can considerably influence human populations in coastal and island regions and natural environments like marine ecosystems. DMSI has been monitoring sea level rise and specializes in the engineering and construction of pumping stations to help facilitate the removal of water which has infiltrated our dry lands due to sea level rise.

News

  • King Tides Video

  • Miami Beach Pumped Millions Into Beating King Tides & It’s Working

  • Miami Beach Prepares For The King Tide And A Future Of High Waters [Video]

  • New pumps on Miami Beach prevent flooding ahead of King Tide

  • Report: Tidal flooding to be more frequent in Miami, Key West as seas rise

  • South Beach streets dry despite king tide

  • ‘King tide’ will be first test for Miami Beach’s new pumps

  • President Barack Obama uses Miami as example at United Nations climate summit

  • Miami Beach shows off new anti-flooding pumps