US Harbors is working to bring real-time, observational, tide monitoring to coastal communities around the country.

With over 95,000 miles of coastline in the United States, most communities do not have access to the kind of tidal monitoring needed to understand and plan for the impacts of sea-level rise. US Harbors is working to help communities get access to new technologies that will provide real-time hyper-local data on tide and water-level trends. See the projects we are working on, and contact us if you’re interested in getting a tide station in your location!

NOTE: This video was produced by US Harbors and originally published in ECO Magazines Rising Seas Issue 2021. View the print version.

US Harbors’s Tide Station Pilot Projects

September 2021 — Penobscot Bay, ME — Installation of 5 tide stations in the communities of Belfast, Camden, Rockport, Rockland, and Tenants Harbor with technology and data partner, Divirod. Read More

Upcoming — New York, NY — Installations of 2 tide stations in New York City