Adjacent to Water Street in Woods Hole there’s a small edifice that used to be a hangar for water planes in the 1960s. Because of that, it’s still precariously perched less than 5 feet above the water level, atop Dyer’s Dock. But in that time, deeper reaching king tides and stronger hurricanes have made him weary about future conditions in Woods Hole. Oceanus: You work just a few feet above the resting sea level in Woods Hole. Tell us about sea level rise from your unique vantage point.