Month: July 2018

Sea level rise threatens to eat away the Everglades | Dr. Steve Davis

Monday, July 2, 2018

For those of us living along the lower east coast of Florida, the Everglades is a backyard wilderness, the source of our drinking water and an important hurricane buffer. It is also a flat, low-lying wetland with an imperceptible slope, making it quite vulnerable to sea-level rise. Once a 50-mile-wide “River of Grass” extending from … Read More