< Beachapedia:Factoid | 2015 | 08
Predicted Sea Level Rise Could Mean Big Problems for South Florida
- "In low-lying Florida, the culprit is the rising sea level. Should the ocean crawl just one more foot up the edges of this peninsula – something that’s projected to happen in the next two decades, by some estimates – most of the canal systems that keep the saltwater out of the area’s drinking wells would cease to function. A few more feet, and entire towns suddenly turn neo-Venetian, the roads flooded, the infrastructure almost impossible to salvage." - excerpt from article in The Globe and Mail.
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