Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration

DJ Wrathall, V Mueller, Peter U. Clark, A Bell, M Oppenheimer, M Hauer, S Kulp, E Gilmore, H Adams, R Kopp, K Abel, M Call, J Chen, A deSherbinin, E Fussell, C Hay, B Jones, N Magliocca, E Marino, A Slangen & 1 others K Warner

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Minimizing the adverse consequences of sea-level change presents a key societal challenge. New modelling is necessary to examine the implications of global policy decisions that determine future greenhouse gas emissions and local policies around coastal risk that influence where and how we live.
LanguageEnglish
Pages898-901
Number of pages4
JournalNature Climate Change
Volume9
Early online date26 Nov 2019
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 26 Nov 2019

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Wrathall, DJ., Mueller, V., Clark, P. U., Bell, A., Oppenheimer, M., Hauer, M., ... Warner, K. (2019). Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration. Nature Climate Change, 9, 898-901. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0640-4
Wrathall, DJ ; Mueller, V ; Clark, Peter U. ; Bell, A ; Oppenheimer, M ; Hauer, M ; Kulp, S ; Gilmore, E ; Adams, H ; Kopp, R ; Abel, K ; Call, M ; Chen, J ; deSherbinin, A ; Fussell, E ; Hay, C ; Jones, B ; Magliocca, N ; Marino, E ; Slangen, A ; Warner, K. / Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration. In: Nature Climate Change. 2019 ; Vol. 9. pp. 898-901.
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Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration. / Wrathall, DJ; Mueller, V; Clark, Peter U.; Bell, A; Oppenheimer, M; Hauer, M; Kulp, S; Gilmore, E; Adams, H; Kopp, R; Abel, K; Call, M; Chen, J; deSherbinin, A; Fussell, E; Hay, C; Jones, B; Magliocca, N; Marino, E; Slangen, A; Warner, K.

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