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Effect of sea level rise on Shore towns
Posted on Fri, Nov 01, 2013
The city map shown at left shows little or no flooding at high tide. But a four-foot rise in sea level, which some scientists say is already inevitable, would mean water in the streets for many sections of the city, indicated by blue shading at right. Similar maps for other Shore towns follow. (
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