The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control released a report September 12 showing that all three of the state’s counties and 31 of its 57 cities and towns would be directly impacted by a rising sea level. The final report, due in 2013, Preparing for Tomorrow’s High Tide: Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment for the State of Delaware, will make recommendations based on the vulnerability assessment to improve the ability of governments, businesses, and residents to adapt to sea level-caused changes.