Integrated analysis of risks of coastal flooding and cliff erosion under scenarios of long term change

@article{Dawson2009IntegratedAO,
  title={Integrated analysis of risks of coastal flooding and cliff erosion under scenarios of long term change},
  author={R. Dawson and M. Dickson and R. Nicholls and Jim W Hall and M. Walkden and P. Stansby and M. Mokrech and J. Richards and J. Zhou and J. Milligan and A. Jordan and S. Pearson and J. Rees and P. Bates and S. Koukoulas and A. Watkinson},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2009},
  volume={95},
  pages={249-288}
}
The risks to human populations in coastal areas are changing due to climate and socio-economic changes, and these trends are predicted to accelerate during the twenty-first century. To understand these changing risks, and the resulting choices and pathways to successful management and adaptation, broad-scale integrated assessment is essential. Due to their complexity the two risks of flooding and erosion are usually managed independently, yet frequently they are interconnected by longshore… Expand
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