What is the average height above sea level in the UK?
The UK ranks only 31st in Europe for its highest point. Despite the mountains of the north and west of Great Britain, the average height above sea level is only 75m** – and that is the height of the city of Shrewsbury in Shropshire or the town of Callendar in Perthshire.
How much of England is below sea level?
10) Salton Trough
|Thirty-Three Countries with Land Areas Below Sea Level|
|Country||Below Sea Level Location||Elevation|
|United Kingdom||The Fens||4 meters below sea level|
|Germany||Neuendorf bei Wilster||3.54 meters below sea level|
|Sweden||reclaimed bay of Lake Hammarsjon, near Kristianstad||2.41 meters below sea level|
Is Oxford above sea level?
|hideClimate data for Oxford (RMS), elevation: 200 ft (61 m), 1981–2010 normals, extremes 1815–2020|
|Average high °C (°F)||7.6 (45.7)||8.0 (46.4)|
|Daily mean °C (°F)||4.9 (40.8)||4.9 (40.8)|
|Average low °C (°F)||2.1 (35.8)||1.8 (35.2)|
Is the UK sinking?
Large swathes of the UK will be underwater by 2030 as a result of climate change if more isn’t done to combat it, according to a projection by a climate research organisation.
Is California above sea level?
|State federal district or territory||Highest point||Mean elevation|
|California||Mount Whitney||2,900 ft 880 m|
|Colorado||Mount Elbert||6,800 ft 2070 m|
|Connecticut||Massachusetts border on the southern slope of Mount Frissell||500 ft 150 m|
|Delaware||Near the Ebright Azimuth||60 ft 20 m|