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This web tool visualize present-day storm surge levels and future sea level rise. The data and maps illustrate the potential scale of inundation. The tool has applications for preparedness and prevention in risk management and adaption to climate change.

Note that these maps are based on the current guidelines for local planning from The Norwegian Directorate for Civil Protection (DSB) which are still based on the Sea Level Change report from 2015. In June 2024, new updated guidelines based on the Sea Level Rise report published on April 26 will be launched, in additon to updated interactive maps on Se havnivå i kart. 
You can get statistics on buildings, area and roads affected by coastal flooding in your community, and download inundation layers for custom GIS applications. The numbers for future sea-level rise take into account vertical land motion.

For coastal planning, this web tool can help identify areas at risk of inundation, it may not be appropriate for site-specific decision making. In some cases, an onsite visit to verify information in the field is advisable.

While every effort has gone into ensuring the accuracy and correctness of the data and maps shown, appropriate use and conclusions drawn from the information presented here are the responsibility of the user.
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