This May 29, 2014 photo taken in Charleston S.C., shows a computer screen showing a South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control website that allows people to enter pictures and ... more 
This May 29, 2014 photo taken in Charleston S.C., shows a computer screen showing a South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control website that allows people to enter pictures and information about storm damage and unusually high tides called king tides. The site is designed to enlist the help of the public in helping both assess storm damage and gauging the impacts of sea level rise. The photo shows that data including tide and weather information is added to the picture when location services on a smartphone or tablet is enabled. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Bruce Smith
Sat, May 31, 2014 8:45 AM EDT