By TERRENCE WOODS
Capital News Service
LUSBY, Md. - Coastal communities the world over are often revered for their natural beauty, but with sea levels rising because of global warming, the very resource that drives people to these areas is starting to destroy them.
Four Calvert County residents discuss the changes and difficulties they have encountered as a result of heightened water levels-from flooding to erosion-in Chesapeake Beach and Randle Cliff, two of Maryland's bayside towns.
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