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.
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