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Why storm damage like Sandy's could become more common

Coastal flooding from Superstorm Sandy caused billions of dollars in damage to the New York and New Jersey area, and climate scientists say we're likely to see more storms like it in the future. Dr. Radley Horton of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia University explains how sea-level rise and other factors could make Sandy-like damage three times more frequent.
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