What about climate change, ocean rise and Diablo Nuclear Reactor on the California coast,
or Seabrook Nuclear Reactor on the coast of New Hampshire on the East Coast?
Like the Earthquake/Tsunami that created an ongoing nuclear crisis, has this contingency been planned for in the U.S.? Or by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission?
For radioactive fallout measurements in Berkeley from Fukushima Daiichi 6 nuclear reactors thus far, see http://www.nuc.berkeley.edu/ucbairsampling, also at WUaS 'Nuclear' subject.
I've recently found this article that California's Nuclear Reactors don't include contingency plans for earthquakes: http://www.tfdnews.com/news/2011/03/16/86665-at-california-nuclear-plant-emergency-response-plans-dont-include-earthquakes.htm. I'll add this to WUaS's 'Nuclear' subject, as well.
Here's Al Gore on Global Warming in 10 minutes -
In the film 'An Inconvenient Truth,' Gore suggested a scientifically mid-range scenario of 20 feet ocean-level rising.
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/03/red-maple-leaves-what-about-climate.html - March 22, 2011)