Rising sea levels, which scientists attribute to climate change, threaten homes along North Carolina’s Outer Banks, such as these in Nags Head in 2010.
Rising sea levels, which scientists attribute to climate change, threaten homes along North Carolina’s Outer Banks, such as these in Nags Head in 2010. JOHN D. SIMMONS JOHN D. SIMMONS - jsimmons@charl
Rising sea levels, which scientists attribute to climate change, threaten homes along North Carolina’s Outer Banks, such as these in Nags Head in 2010. JOHN D. SIMMONS JOHN D. SIMMONS - jsimmons@charl

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