Archaeological and Historical Conservancy executive director Bob Carr, in blue, and archaeologist Ed Barberio survey the final stages of a dig in downtown Miami on the north bank of the Miami River where workers have found artifacts indicating more than a foot rise in sea level since the late 19th century. Scientists believe industrialization accelerated sea level rise over the last century.
Archaeological and Historical Conservancy executive director Bob Carr, in blue, and archaeologist Ed Barberio survey the final stages of a dig in downtown Miami on the north bank of the Miami River where workers have found artifacts indicating more than a foot rise in sea level since the late 19th century. Scientists believe industrialization accelerated sea level rise over the last century. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff
Archaeological and Historical Conservancy executive director Bob Carr, in blue, and archaeologist Ed Barberio survey the final stages of a dig in downtown Miami on the north bank of the Miami River where workers have found artifacts indicating more than a foot rise in sea level since the late 19th century. Scientists believe industrialization accelerated sea level rise over the last century. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff

Miami archaeological dig unearths evidence of sea rise

February 24, 2015 09:54 PM

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