Living Waterfront

Cars driving in high tide in Palm Beach, Florida.

Moon wobble: the upcoming natural event that could bring flooding to coastal cities in 2030

The rising and falling of the tides have never really been an issue in the past. We have seen flooding but nothing on a catastrophic scale. However, the next half of the Moon’s cycle is set to start around mid-2030. This is the high tide cycle and mixed with our current climate change pace, we will be facing severe flooding issues in coastal towns.

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Dead fish on the beach in Saint Petersburg, FLA.

Red tide season brings health and economic issues to Southwest Florida. What are the causes?

Factors that set the stage for the massive red tide are sunlight, nutrients in the water, speed and direction of the current. These algae can bloom anywhere from a week, months or even longer. In 2021, they are specially strengthened by phosphate runoff from a local industry.

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