What will adaptation cost? : an economic framework for coastal community infrastructure
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What will adaptation cost? : an economic framework for coastal community infrastructure

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    "Global sea level has been rising over the past several decades and is expected to continue to rise in the decades to come. This shift poses a grave threat to coastal communities. Low-lying areas will experience more frequent inundation and shorelines will be more susceptible to increased erosion. Increased storm surges are already causing devastating floods. Sooner than most community leaders realize, some areas could be submerged so often or eroded so severely that people will be forced to abandon their homes and businesses. According to the National Ocean Economics Program, coastal communities account for nearly 60 percent of the nation's gross national product. With so much of our nation's economy increasingly vulnerable to coastal hazards, communities need to consider future sea level rise in their decision-making"--Page 1.
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    Eastern Research Group, Inc.

    "June 2013."

    "Final report."

    "Written under contract for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Coastal Services Center."

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    Includes bibliographical references.

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