South Florida’s future looks wet, salty and, unless you’re a mermaid, maybe a bit apocalyptic.

“The idea that what’s land and what’s ocean, that the boundary line is going to move, is a really tough, disturbing concept,” says John Englander, a Boca Raton-based oceanographer, climate consultant and author. “The good news is, we have time to begin adapting.”

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