Sea rise along South Carolina coast accelerating faster than realized, researcher says

Sea rise along South Carolina coast accelerating faster than realized, researcher says


Cape Island in foreground, Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina. Photograph courtesy of: Mary Edna Fraser, 2006 ©.

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Within 50 years, the sea off Charleston will be rising about one inch every five years — twice as fast as it was rising about a century ago and one-third faster than it was in 2000…

Read Full Article; Post And Courier (02-01-2019)

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