Sea-level rise research and dialogue in North Carolina: Creating windows for policy change

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Coastal areas are among the world’s most vulnerable landscapes to impacts related to climate change, including inundation from sea-level rise (SLR), increased exposure to shoreline erosion, and greater frequency and intensity of storms. The status of research on the physical, ecological, and socio-economic effects of vulnerability to SLR and progress toward… (More)

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