Environment

October 25, 2015 10:19 PM

Beyond the high tides, South Florida water is changing

Rising sea levels are expected to drive saltwater intrusion westward, threatening drinking water

Beaches and bay could become saltier and more polluted as seas rise and oceans get warmer

A projected decrease in rain will only make matters worse

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