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Photo of pararescueman Staff Sgt. Lopaka Mounts receiving a hug from a resident after Hurricane Ike, Sept. 13, 2008.
The dock at China Champ, San Rafael, California
Panorama of the Homer Spit in Homer, Alaska
Exterior rendering of the proposed Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care Center
Beach scene in San Juan
Morro Bay, Morro Rock, and the City of Morro Bay
Ocean waves and coastal bluff
Small community on the edge of a coastal wetland landscape.
Albemarle Sound at Sunset
Destruction to the Norwalk Calf Pasture Pier caused by Hurricane Sandy
Shoreline at Ebey State Park, Whidbey Island, WA
Tropical vegetation along white sand beach
The South Florida coastline
View of the Ruby Beach with large trees slightly obstructing the view. There are people exploring the beach which is filled with large rocks.
Waves chip away at land below a beachfront home
Old Harbor Life-Saving Station, Cape Cod National Seashore
Skyline of highrise buildings and shipping cranes with mountains in the background
Charleston Harbor
Photo of flooding caused by Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn, New York
Aerial view of the San Francisco Bay with the Bay Bridge in foreground.
Recreational boats on quiet water with seaside homes in background.
At the beach, Grand Isle, Louisiana
Boston city-scape
Photo of storm-damaged railroad tracks
Photo of Spaulding Rehab Hospital in Boston, MA
Photo of "Old Red" building on UTMB campus, Galveston Island, Texas
The Jamestown S'Kallam Tribal campus
Boston cityscape
Charleston skyline from Charleston Harbor
Skyline of Norfolk, VA
Salmon jumping a fall
High Tide Flooding in Georgetown, SC
The view south from Spencer Butte in Lane County, Oregon.
Coast Guard cutter Healy in sea ice

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