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  1. King Canute says:

    Scientists Have Grim News for Southern Florida
    “The tide is coming in and eventually it’s not going to go back out,” Harold Wanless, a University of Miami geologist and professor of geography and sustainable development, told CBS News.
    Article Includes a link to a land loss analysis by research nonprofit Climate Central (9/8/22) that assesses the impact of sea level rise on the tax base of hundreds of coastal U.S. counties—specifically, the potential loss of taxable properties caused by shifting tidal boundaries.
    Based on current emissions levels, it found that by 2050, the US will have lost roughly 4.4 million acres of land and 650,000 individual properties to sea level rise by 2050.

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