In U.S., Climate Change May Hit Southeast Hardest

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: August 11, 2005   View Article

Climate experts say the continuing rise in global temperatures could affect some regions of the United States more than others.

The low-slung, storm-whipped coastal areas from the Carolinas to Texas are most vulnerable. But no region is completely safe.

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