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As communities rebuild after hurricanes, study shows wetlands can significantly reduce property damage

A recent study showed that during Hurricane Sandy in 2012, coastal wetlands prevented more than US$625 million in direct property damages by buffering coasts against its storm surge. The disaster risk reduction benefits of having wetlands are significant a

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