Researchers at NASA and the University of Hawaii have made a scientific assumption that during the current decade, the number of floods will rapidly increase. The reason for all this is a non-permanent orbit of the Moon.
It turns out that during the rotation around the Earth, the Moon keeps “wobbling”. This wobble has an 18-year cycle and affects the frequency of low and high tides on Earth. This irregular motion was first discovered in 1728.
Also, the increasing number of floods in low-lying areas will be influenced by the rapid melting of glaciers at the poles.