Maryland Sea Grant's house propaganda organ, the Chesapeake Quarterly has a special issue on sea level rise in the Bay region, featuring several pictures of the lost house on Holland Island that I hadn't seen before. It has 15 separate articles on various facets of sea level rise, all from the point of view that we desperately need to shut down civilization (or at least curtail it sharply) to avoid the inevitable.
Introduction: How Much Will Sea Level Rise?
The Antarctic Connection
As the Land Sinks
What's Happening to the Gulf Stream?
The Perfect Surge: Blowing Baltimore Away
Snapshots from the Edge
The Future of Blackwater Marsh
A Burden on Communities of Color
Vanished Chesapeake Islands
When Sandy Came to Crisfield
If Katrina Came to Washington
Armor, Adapt, or Avoid?
Early Warnings from Smith and Tangier Islands
Norfolk: Navy on the Leading Edge
Living Shorelines Meet Rising Seas
Nourishing Our Coastal Beaches
Although I couldn't bring myself to wade through the whole soggy mess, I'm fairly confident there's at least one graph they did not present:
Come to think of it, they probably didn't use this one either: