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U.S. East Coast a Hotspot of Sea-Level Rise 266

Posted by timothy
from the because-of-all-the-sand-pumping-projects dept.
Harperdog writes "Nature just published this study of sea-level rise and how global warming does not force the it to happen everywhere at the same rate. Interesting stuff about what, exactly, contributes to this uneven rise, and how the East Coast of the U.S., which used to have a relatively low sea level, is now a hotspot in that the sea level there is rising faster than elsewhere."
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U.S. East Coast a Hotspot of Sea-Level Rise

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