New York Sinking: New York Sinking Under The Weight Of Skyscrapers
New York Sinking: New York sank under the weight of skyscrapers, a shocking thing revealed in the report.
New York is famous for its skyscrapers in the world. Tall and tall buildings are the hallmark of this American city.
But, a recent new report has given quite shocking information. The report states that New York City is slowly sinking and its skyscrapers are bringing it down.
More than one million buildings in New York weigh 1.7 trillion pounds.
The new report states that New York’s tall and tall buildings are sinking near nearby water bodies, a process called subsidence.
According to the New York Post report, the weight of more than one million buildings in New York is about 1.7 trillion pounds.
The research has been done by the US Geological Survey and geologists at the University of Rhode Island.
The city is sinking at a rate of 1-2 mm per year.
The researchers found that the city is sinking at a rate of 1-2 millimeters per year. Scientists have reached this conclusion after a comparative study of pictures taken from satellites.
This study has been published in Earth Future Journal. The researchers further pointed out that some areas such as Lower Manhattan are sinking very fast.
However, both Brooklyn and Queens remain areas of concern.
The new strategy should be made to save New York: Scientist.
Tom Parsons, the principal investigator, and geologist for the United States Geological Survey, said New York City continues to face the challenges of the threat of flooding every year.
The most affected city in the eastern US is on the Atlantic coast.
The lead scientist who authored the report said the findings should encourage efforts to develop new strategies to combat increased flood risk and rising sea levels.
A new strategy should be made on how to save New York in the future.
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