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RECORD NUMBER: 28 OF 75
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|Main Title||Global Climate Change: What Does It Mean for South Florida and the Florida Keys. A Report of the Florida Coastal Cities Tour Activities. Held in Key West, Florida on May 24-28, 1999.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Additional Subjects||Climate change ; Environmental impacts ; Air pollution ; Florida ; Sea level ; Coasts ; Shores ; Erosion ; Corals ; Salt water ; Florida Keys ; Public health ; Threats ; US EPA ; Global warming ; Miami(Florida) ; Key West(Florida)|
South Florida residents--hailing from the hustle and bustle of downtown Miami to the quiet and charm of Key West--gathered to learn about the potential impacts that sea level rise from global warming could have on their coastal way of life. Increased shoreline erosion, coral bleaching, saltwater inundation, and public health threats were just a few of the impacts discussed during the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Coastal Cities Tour held the week of May 24, 1999.