Sea Erosion Poses Threat To Coastal Villages

Sea Erosion Poses Threat To Coastal Villages

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Ever since the December 2004 tsunami, the entire coastline in Cuddalore district, in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, had undergone a vast change.

The tsunami washed away a large volume of sand that had earlier served as a protective wall. “With every storm or cyclone, and even during high tides, seawater surges into the land…”

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