U.S. Southeast Atlantic Coast Facing High Threat of Sea-Level Rise in Next 10 Years

U.S. Southeast Atlantic Coast Facing High Threat of Sea-Level Rise in Next 10 Years

New research shows 75 percent of the Atlantic Coast from North Carolina to Central Florida will be highly vulnerable to erosion and inundation from rising tides.

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