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  1. Annual occurrences of tidal flooding—exceeding local thresholds for minor impacts to infrastructure—have increased 5- to 10-fold since the 1960s in several U.S. coastal cities. The changes in high tide flooding over time are greatest where elevation is lower, local RSL rise is higher, or extreme variability is less.

  2. American chestnuts, stretching over 100 feet tall, were called “the redwoods of the East” and made up as much as a quarter of all trees in Eastern forests before the chestnut blight fungus decimated their numbers. Forested cities, graced by elms, were forever changed when Dutch elm disease spread across the country.

  3. Apr 13, 2022 · Stonington-Deer Isle – An Amazing Maine Coastal Town. Located on the island of Deer Isle, Stonington truly has it all: dramatic cliffs, endless hiking trails, sandy beaches, and some of Maine’s best lobster. It’s no wonder, then, that it’s considered one of the best hidden gems and top coastal towns in Maine.

  4. Nov 24, 2022 · Cities + Towns Bookmark. This Seattle Affordable Housing Project Is a Transit Rider’s Dream. Josh Cohen July 23, 2021 7 min read. The city’s transit agency is ...

  5. I would like to live and work in Maine . I’m able to work anywhere (remote worker/digital nomad), and want Maine’s quality of life; I’m interested in working for a company in Maine; Seasonal work (tourism-related, ski industry, etc) is appealing to me; I am currently a resident of another country, and interested in immigrating to Maine ...

  6. Maine is as scenic as coastal regions come. There are few things as pleasing as gorging on the state's famously good lobster, on a sunny afternoon, in one the charming seaside villages. Once you've had your fill of crustaceans, you could explore the other historic villages, hike along the trails in Acadia National Park, or kayak along the bays ...

  7. Whale Watching in Maine. Just off the coast, spring in Maine marks the start of one of the greatest natural sights in the world. Whale watching off the coast of Maine begins in earnest in Mid-April, when whales return to the clean coastal Maine waters to feed on sand eels, copepods, plankton, and fish.

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