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March '62 Storm: Lessons Learned?

Engineers keep sea-level rise in mind when upgrading coastal roads, bridges

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Posted: Thursday, March 1, 2012 7:01 pm

If a northeast storm of similar magnitude as the March Storm of 1962 were to hit today, the high-water mark likely would top nine feet, about a half-foot higher than 50 years ago, due to sea level rise.

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