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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

An oldie but a goldie...
Some of you may not have seen this site: the FIRETREE flood maps.
Zoom in to your home area (especially if you live near the coast) and raise the sea level.
I'm OK up to around 7m and then I need an inflatable dinghy...

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At 9:45 PM, Anonymous Melanie Richards said...

Great find I hadn't seen this before. Looks like I will be OK with a 14+ rise living in North London but working in Greenwich I don't think I will have a job to pay the mortgage. The 2012 Olympic site won't fare so well though.

 

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