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As sea levels rise, B.C. coastal cities could face flooding from moon's 'wobble'

As sea levels rise, B.C. coastal cities could face flooding from moon's 'wobble'
A NASA study predicts a lunar cycle that happens only once every 18.6 years could worsen floods from climate change's rising seas. The impacts will likely be felt in B.C.'s low-lying communities

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