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Two evacuees look out from the entrance of the Luis Muñoz Marín public school last week in Barranquitas, Puerto Rico. Many people from Barranquitas have been living in a shelter set up in the school since Hurricane Maria destroyed their homes in September. Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hurricanes in 2012 and 2003 submerged parking lots and park benches, and flooded businesses along Annapolis' Dock Street. City planners estimate that, given the rise in sea level, by 2100 the flood from a once-in-a-hundred-year storm would be almost twice as high as it would be if such a storm hit today. Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Mapping Coastal Flood Risk Lags Behind Sea Level Rise

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