Guests planning to take advantage of Dollar Days should be aware that crowds will be heavier than usual and the Aquarium is expected to sell out. Official capacity information will be listed here all weekend.VIEW EVENT DETAILSabout Dollar Days

Rising Seas

A Look at Sea Level Rise Projections
The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration’s Sea Level Rise Viewer brings the potential impacts from sea level rise into focus. Check it out here.

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Reduce Your Carbon Emissions
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REFERENCES

Science Recorder, Study: Antarctic ice loss greater than any time in last 1,000 years
National Geographic, Sea Temperature Rise
Sea Surface Temperatures Along U.S. East Coast Highest In 150 Years During 2012
New England Aquarium, Climate Change and the Oceans
Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Sea Surface Temperatures Reach Highest Level in 150 Years on Northeast Continental Shelf
NASA, Warm Ocean Causing Most Antarctic Ice Shelf Mass Loss
National Geographic, Sea Levels Rising Fast on U.S. East Coast
EPA, Sea Surface Temperature
NASA, NASA Satellite Data Helps Pinpoint Glaciers' Role in Sea Level Rise

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