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Scientists predict area areas around the globe could experience sea-level rise. That’s bad news for the low-lying Louisiana coast, because subsidence puts us at even greater risk. Louisiana could see a 2- to 6-foot rise in coastal water levels over the next 100 years, leaving cities like New Orleans surrounded by the Gulf, protected only by levees.
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