City of Charleston Under Approaching Storm, Seen From the Ocean, Through Harbor Entrance
Charleston Harbor, South Carolina
The city of Charleston is built on a peninsula, much of which was wetland, formed at the junction of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers. The land is subsiding, largely due to the removal of groundwater, and the harbor is rising: 12 inches in the last 100 years, a rate that is predicted to increase exponentially.
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