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One Year After Sandy, Many Coastlines Are Still Vulnerable To Storm Surges (INFOGRAPHIC)

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Are Baltimore and Biloxi the next New York City and Jersey Shore? Maybe.

A new report from Risk Management Solutions outlines the threats faced by low-lying coastal cities in an age where superstorms may become the new normal. The group analyzed 100-year surge loss for 12 different coastal cities and found that Baltimore, Md. and Biloxi, Miss. were among the most vulnerable cities should another Sandy-like storm strike the U.S., while Miami, Fla. and North Carolina's Outer Banks were actually in a low-risk region, contrary to popular belief.

Take a look at the RMS infographic below.

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