According to recent research from Rice University, New York University, and Brown University, increased flooding in the United States is exposing more people to industrial pollution, particularly in racially marginalized urban communities. An enormous amount of land-based contamination left behind by industrial activity, according to Thomas Marlow, a postdoctoral fellow at NYU Abu Dhabi, has not only contributed to climate change but also put people at risk when floodwaters rise. Future Flooding Increases Unequal Exposure Risks to Relic Industrial Pollution was published today in Environmental Research Letters, with Marlow serving as the lead author. For more info, Visit Current Science Daily!