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Two-thirds of South Carolina’s more than 8,600-mile-long marsh and beach shoreline is eroding, a complex system of edges fraying under an onslaught of an ever-rising sea, a new study found. Georgia Southern geologists uncovered this massive change in a new mapping study that’s thought to be the most exacting effort to trace a state’s coastal shoreline.

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Irma’s surge hit as if the sea had been shaken, a 4-foot slosh that poured over The Battery’s walls and crashed through dunes. It filled area …