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Sea change in South Korea

A team from MIT may help turn a bay into 155 square miles of new land

ALEXANDER D’HOOGHE ALEXANDER D’HOOGHE
By Tom Vandyck
Globe Correspondent / September 1, 2008

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CAMBRIDGE - Two Massachusetts Institute of Technology architects are designing what they say is the largest land project in history. Over the next few decades, 155 square miles of new land are to emerge from South Korea's Saemangeum Bay. The project will be eight times larger than the current record holder, the famous Palm Deira, which is under construction in ... (Full article: 1006 words)

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