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Rescue Archeology

Rising sea levels and the eroding coastline in the Maritimes are causing havoc with some of the region's most important hisoric sites.

At Fortress Louisburg in Cape Breton, for example, every new storm surge reveals a time capsule.

This week on Maritime Magazine, reporter Stephen Puddicombe tells us about something called "rescue archeology,"...the measures scientists are taking to ensure our coastal history isn't entirely washed out to sea.

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