In the days after Hurricane Sandy struck the Jersey Shore, Stewart Farrell and his researchers at the Port Republic-based Coastal Research Center were among the first on the scene in flood-ravaged beach towns. Farrell spoke with The Press of Atlantic City about how life at the shore will be affected by Sandy and its aftermath, and what effects climate change will have on the region’s future.
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