Resilient shores: After Sandy, climate scientists and architects explore how to co-exist with rising tides
"To plan for future flood risks, Princeton climate scientists are using mathematical models of hurricanes to predict storm surge levels over the next century, taking into account the effects of sea level rise at different locations," reports Molly Sharlach for the Office of the Dean for Research in Princeton University.
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