Rising Sea Level Puts East Coast At Risk

The sea level on a stretch of the US Atlantic coast that features the cities of New York, Norfolk and Boston is rising up to four times faster than the global average.

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    Basically, there is a swell that occurs in only one spot in the world, even though it should occur in other similar...
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    Buh-bye Brooklyn and the Rockaways (Queens is upland)… most of the barrier islands are already gone, right?
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    *sigh* more good news
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    So here’s a thought. Why do we continue to build and rebuild homes on barrier islands? When homes are destroyed in...
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