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Some advisory council members want DEP to consider effects of sea level rise on state parks

Some members of a state advisory council want the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to consider the effects of sea level rise when purchasing state lands and managing coastal parks.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says higher temperatures in the next 100 years are expected to raise the sea level by causing the oceans to expand because of melting ice.

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