Port adaptation to climate change and capacity investments under uncertainty

  title={Port adaptation to climate change and capacity investments under uncertainty},
  author={Wenyi Xia and Robin Lindsey},
  journal={Transportation Research Part B: Methodological},
  • Wenyi Xia, R. Lindsey
  • Published 1 October 2021
  • Economics
  • Transportation Research Part B: Methodological
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