Fla. Everglades feel the effects of rising sea levels

10/16/2013 | United Press International

Certain plants in Florida's Everglades are having a tough time as rising sea levels encroach on their territory. "Less salt-tolerant plants like the sawgrass, spike rush and tropical hardwood hammocks are retreating," said Douglas Fuller, a geography professor at the University of Miami. Fuller, along with a former student at the university, relied on satellite imagery and field studies to draw the conclusions.

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