Coastal flooding


Climate change contributing to coastal flooding:

Ice ages are prominent examples. Climate change is any significant long-term change in the expected patterns of average weather of a region (or the whole Earth) over a significant period of time. Climate change is about abnormal variations to the climate, and the effects of these variations on other parts of the Earth.

Many factors contribute to coastal flooding normally caused by human actions.

Removing vegetation:

Mangroves are found along the sub-tropical and tropical coasts of Asia, Africa, Australia and America. They are vital ecosystems hosting many habitats and biodiversity. They also play an important role in subsidising


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