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Old June 25th 08, 02:52 PM posted to sci.environment,aus.politics,sci.geo.meteorology
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Default Too many seals? [Was: How many major U.S. cities have now flooded?]

In article , "0ZNB0" wrote:
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You must have a tin ear to science. Seal levels have been rising


I thought the annual Canadian bash & skin had them under control.

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