As temperatures are projected to climb, polar ice to melt, and oceans to swell over the coming decades, Boston is likely to bear a disproportionate impact of rising sea levels, government scientists report in a new study. The seas along the East Coast from North Carolina to New England are rising three to four times faster than the global average, and coastal cities are increasingly vulnerable to flooding, according to the US Geological Survey study published Sunday.
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