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2017-06-02 17:07:22

A rise in sea-level will affect ground-water flow in coastal aquifers (1). An increase in the elevation of the water table (dashed–blue line) may result in basement flooding and compromise septic systems (2). A rise in sea level may also result in an upward and landward shift in the position of the freshwater-saltwater interface (3). Where streams are present, an increase in the water-table elevation also may increase ground-water discharge to streams (4).

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