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Report lists cultural landscapes most vulnerable to climate change

National park settings from Death Valley National Park to Cape Hatteras National Seashore are among 10 cultural landscapes seen by the Cultural Landscape Foundation as being at risk from climate change.

The  Landslide 2019: Living in Nature report highlights cultural landscapes throughout the nation that are threatened by flooding, wildfires, regional drought, and other effects of human-induced climate change. The ten sites demonstrate the wide array of effects from climate change and the scope of its impact on the nation's natural and cultural resources.

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