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Maryland is among the states most vulnerable against rising sea levels within the next century. Studies are showing that Maryland's coastal waters will rise by six feet by 2100 and 2 feet within the next 50 years. With 31,000 miles of tidal shores, Maryland joins Virginia, Delaware, Louisiana and Florida as the states most vulnerable against the effects of climate change.
Six feet within the next century may not seem like much, but when you factor storms into the equation, the results can be devasting. Super storms like hurricane Sandy can cause wind gusts capable of flooding coastal areas.
Florida is even more vulnerable being almost completely surrounded by water. Rolling Stone published an article written by Jeff Goodell called "Goodbye, Miami," foretelling South Florida's eventual demise from rising sea levels.
Here is an interview with Goodell about the article:
To read the Rolling Stone article, follow the link below:
Read the report by the Washington Post: