climate change (8)

10065899682?profile=RESIZE_710xBy Larry Barszewski

King tides are serving as an early warning system for communities along the Intracoastal Waterway, providing seasonal examples of flooding that — in future decades — will become more frequent and more intense as sea levels rise.

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Lettuce will supplement scarce seagrass in experiment after year in which state death toll exceeded 1,000 ­— double the recent average

Orlando Sentinel Editorial

There’s no way to pretend Florida’s manatees aren’t endangered. They are. In every sens

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9381181669?profile=RESIZE_710xState Road A1A is the main street for barrier island residents and routinely floods. This location in Ocean Ridge, with three sloped driveways and no swales, flooded June 15 after less than an inch of rain. Jerry Lower/ The Coastal Star


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The Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment study included key findings for each of the municipalities participating in the project, along with a list of buildings threatened. This is a partial list of the findings.

Boca Raton
81% of commercial proper

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7960517260?profile=originalDr. Joe MacInnis relaxes at the beach in front of his home in Delray Beach.

Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star

7960517465?profile=originalMacInnis with film director James Cameron.

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By Cheryl Blackerby

    Dr. Joe MacInnis can see the Atlantic from his home in Delray B

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