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  • Coastal geologist explains coastal flooding in Rodanthe

    A 2014 video shows coastal geologist Stanley Riggs of East Carolina University explains the connection between high winds and extreme coastal flooding in Rodanthe, NC. who helped found a science panel to advise the state on coastal issues has resigned, saying political actions have rendered the once respected group ineffective.

A 2014 video shows coastal geologist Stanley Riggs of East Carolina University explains the connection between high winds and extreme coastal flooding in Rodanthe, NC. who helped found a science panel to advise the state on coastal issues has resigned, saying political actions have rendered the once respected group ineffective. Bruce Siceloff newsobserver.com
A 2014 video shows coastal geologist Stanley Riggs of East Carolina University explains the connection between high winds and extreme coastal flooding in Rodanthe, NC. who helped found a science panel to advise the state on coastal issues has resigned, saying political actions have rendered the once respected group ineffective. Bruce Siceloff newsobserver.com

Founder of NC science panel resigns, cites political actions

July 27, 2016 12:43 PM