Estimating global damages from sea level rise with the Coastal Impact and Adaptation Model (CIAM)

@article{Diaz2016EstimatingGD,
  title={Estimating global damages from sea level rise with the Coastal Impact and Adaptation Model (CIAM)},
  author={Delavane B. Diaz},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2016},
  volume={137},
  pages={143-156}
}
Coastal sector impacts from sea level rise (SLR) are a key component of the projected economic damages of climate change, a major input to decision-making and design of climate policy. Moreover, the ultimate global costs to coastal resources will depend strongly on adaptation, society’s response to cope with the local impacts. This paper presents a new open-source optimization model to assess global coastal impacts from SLR from the perspective of economic efficiency. The Coastal Impact and… CONTINUE READING
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