A new study has found flooding in some parts of Miami-Dade County could experience eight times as much flooding by 2045 as the Corps launches an ambitious plan to assess coastal risks from Florida to North Carolina and Mississippi.
A new study has found flooding in some parts of Miami-Dade County could experience eight times as much flooding by 2045 as the Corps launches an ambitious plan to assess coastal risks from Florida to North Carolina and Mississippi. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald
A new study has found flooding in some parts of Miami-Dade County could experience eight times as much flooding by 2045 as the Corps launches an ambitious plan to assess coastal risks from Florida to North Carolina and Mississippi. Hector Gabino El Nuevo Herald

Miami-Dade flooding to increase as engineers start identifying miles of risky U.S. coast

April 15, 2016 3:36 PM

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