Estuary report warns of dangers of climate change

Western Mail: SEA level rises of between 30-40cm in the Severn Estuary over the next 60 years could cause more than three-quarters of the estuary`s intertidal area to be lost, a new report has warned. In stark findings, The State of the Severn Estuary report warns that the impact of climate change could cause 77% of the zone -- the area that is above water at low tide and underwater at high tide -- to disappear over the next 100 years. The rapid loss of intertidal areas could have knock-on implications for......

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