Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation: Case Studies

@inproceedings{Murray2012ManagingTR,
  title={Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation: Case Studies},
  author={V. Murray and G. Mcbean and M. Bhatt and Sergey Borsch and T. Cheong and Wadid Fawzy Erian and Silvia Llosa and F. Nadim and M. Nu{\~n}ez and R. Oyun and A. Suarez and J. Hay and M. T. Nhuan and J. M. Moreno and P. Berry and Harriet Caldin and D. Campbell-Lendrum and C. Carmichael and A. Cooper and C. Diop and J. Ginnetti and Delphine Grynzspan and C. Heaviside and J. Hess and J. Kossin and P. Kovacs and S. Kovats and Irene Kreis and R. Lahidji and J. Linnerooth-Bayer and F. Lucio and S. Mason and S. McCormick and R. Mechler and B. Menne and Soojeong Myeong and A. Ngari and N. Nicholls and {\'U}. Spring and P. Peduzzi and R. Perez and C. Rodgers and Hannah Rowlatt and S. Saikat and S. Seneviratne and A. Taye and R. Thornton and S. Vardoulakis and K. Warner and I. Zodrow},
  year={2012}
}
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