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Superstorm caused decades' worth of erosion at N.Y. national seashore

In less than three days, Superstorm Sandy caused roughly three decades' worth of erosion at a national seashore on New York's Long Island, according to data released today by the U.S. Geological Survey. The storm that swept the Atlantic Coast a month ago ripped two new inlets at the Fire Island National Seashore, blew sand back about 70 feet and lopped the tops off protective barriers, according to the USGS data.

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