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Today's 100-year storm surge could be tomorrow's high tide.
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This set of maps and articles help to explain why sea level rise is such an issue for many major metropolitan areas. In coastal cities with substantial economic development, much of the current coastal areas where once underwater until landfill projects filled in the bay. During storm surges (or if and when sea levels rise) these will be the first places to flood.
Tags: disasters, water, physical, Boston, weather and climate.
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