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

D. J. Wrathall (), Valerie Mueller, P. U. Clark, A. Bell, M. Oppenheimer, M. Hauer, S. Kulp, E. Gilmore, H. Adams, Robert Kopp (), K. Abel, M. Call, J. Chen, A. deSherbinin, E. Fussell, C. Hay, B. Jones, N. Magliocca, E. Marino, A. Slangen and K. Warner
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D. J. Wrathall: Oregon State University
P. U. Clark: Oregon State University
A. Bell: New York University
M. Oppenheimer: Princeton University
M. Hauer: Florida State University
S. Kulp: Climate Central
E. Gilmore: Clark University
H. Adams: King’s College London
K. Abel: Oregon State University
M. Call: National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center
J. Chen: Ohio State University
A. deSherbinin: Columbia University
E. Fussell: Brown University
C. Hay: Boston College
B. Jones: City University of New York
N. Magliocca: University of Alabama
E. Marino: Oregon State University Cascades
A. Slangen: NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research and Utrecht University
K. Warner: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Nature Climate Change, 2019, vol. 9, issue 12, 898-901

Abstract: 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.

Date: 2019
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