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Teignbridge District Council

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…, increasing the risk of fluvial and surface water flooding. Above average precipitation for long periods can ultimately lead to a raised water table, which can result in increases of groundwater flooding in certain locations. The changing patterns of sea level rise are not uniform across the UK. Sea level rise is projected to rise less in the north and more in the south. For the southwest, sea

level rise by the end of the century (when compared to 1981-2000) is likely to be approximately 0.4 to 1.2m. We should also be prepared to consider the additional extreme variability in levels associated with storm surges as a result of changes in patterns of storminess. 10 Figure 6: Significant damage to the rail network at Dawlish following the 2014 storms 3. UK Energy…


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