August 30, 2012 (EASTHAM) _ A new report say climate change is having an adverse impact on seven Atlantic coast national seashores – including the Cape Cod National Seashore. It was conducted by the Rocky Mountain Climate Change organization and the Natural Resources Defense Council. The report says the Cape Cod National Seashore could see summer temperatures by the end of the century rise 6 degrees. That would make it as hot in the summer as Cape May, New Jersey. The National Seashore is the most visited of the Atlantic parks. Scientists who worked on the report say hotter climate could push seas at least one meter higher this century. Yhey call for new steps to reduce carbon emission.