Sea level rising in Delaware

WDEL: Delaware's Sea Level Rise Advisory Committee is educating residents on the possible impacts of increasing sea levels. WDEL's Jim Hilgen reports. Click here to listen The advisory committee is working on a report on the potential impact of rising sea levels in the state, and will be making recommendations to offset those effects based on various sea level rise scenarios. The latest data shows the sea level in Delaware is rising about 3.5 millimeters a year. DNREC's Susan Love says those......

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