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I am amazed that the author says nothing about “man-made” global warming, but admits that the land loss is historical: “Low-lying Tangier is particularly susceptible to climate change and rising seas and the sinking of the bay — called subsidence. The sinking is a remnant of the last ice age and glaciers north of the bay. As the ice melted, the land rebounded, while the bay began to sink.”
Please see “Climate Change 101“
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Islanders in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay could be among the first “climate change refugees” in the continental United States as rising seas claim their historic fishing village, a report released Thursday concludes.
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