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Researchers predict growing number of Hurricane Sandy-like storm surges

(Princeton University, Engineering School) Researchers from Princeton and Rutgers universities and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have developed a computer simulation that estimates that storm-related flooding on the New York City coastline similar in scale to those seen during Sandy are likely to become more common in coming decades.
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