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Carbon Dioxide, Climate Change, and the Boston Region MPO: A Discussion Paper

Potential Flooding in Downtown Boston

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This graphic is an aerial map of downtown Boston that shows potential flooding of parts of downtown in future years based on simulation modeling. The map marks the following landmarks, all of hem subjected to flood waters: TD Banknorth Garden, North Station, Haymarket T Station, Holocaust Memorial, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Christopher Columbus Park, Aquarium T Station, Long Wharf, and New England Aquarium.

Source: Union of Concerned Scientists. "Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast: Science, Impacts, and Solutions." July 2007; 146 pp.

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