Rising Groundwater May Flood Undergro...

Rising Groundwater May Flood Underground Infrastructure of Coastal Cities

There are 1 comment on the Scientific American story from May 2, 2012, titled Rising Groundwater May Flood Underground Infrastructure of Coastal Cities. In it, Scientific American reports that:

RISING WATERS: Groundwater pushed up by rising sea levels may soon inundate underground infrastructure in coastal cities like New Haven, Conn.

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Pete

Mississauga, Canada

#1 May 3, 2012

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