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Natural & Human-caused Coastal Flood Days in the U.S.

By Climate Central

Since 1950, human-caused global sea level rise has tipped the balance to account for two-thirds of coastal flood days in the U.S., according to our latest sea level rise analysis. These results show that human-caused sea level rise is not just a future problem, it is driving most coastal flooding in the U.S. today. 

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