You have been posting this thread about the NC Tidelands not inundating on all sorts of threads about sea-level rise. Just saying you've "looked" at some maps from the 1850's and they don't seem to show any inundation doesn't make the statement valid. The North Carolina Division of Coastal Management has mapped shoreline change through recorded history based on historical nautical charts, topo, and orthophotos. I would suggest you actually look at those historical shoreline maps that are readily available online before you continue to post this. There's absolutely no doubt that tidelands are being inundated.
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