Building density in Shanghai could cause land to sink

10/7/2008 | NYTimes.com

About 10,000 high-rises built on the marshy ground of China's largest city, Shanghai, could compound the threat of rising sea levels. The ground has already sunk to some degree -- primarily due to the pumping out of ground water -- and some fear the density of the buildings will cause further land subsidence.

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