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Is Georgia shrinking? Census shows less land, more water

from The Augusta Chronicle

A new Census Bureau analysis shows Georgia has lost a lot of ground in the past decade — literally. The Peach State's land area shrank by 393 square miles — more than four times the size of Fort Gordon — from 2000 to 2010, according to the newest data, which showed a decline from 57,906.14 square miles in 2000 to 57,513.49. more

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