There is a web hack online that simulates different levels of sea level rise overlaid on Google Maps. It doesn't integrate sophisticated modeling or describe how each scenario would work, but as a fairly simple graphic tool for exploring an idea, it works great. And it is probably the same basic logic idea that the Star-Ledger used in their map. I tried out a few different places and levels, the blue shading :
Newark Airport at 7 metersLouisiana Coastal Wetlands at 1m
Jakarta at 3m
East London at 2m
Denver looks pretty safe.