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Climatic Change, Rising Sea Level and the…

Climatic Change, Rising Sea Level and the British Coast (ITE research…

by Institute of Terrestrial Ecology

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 011701429X, Paperback)

If current predictions are borne out, a global warming associated with high concentrations of atmospheric pollutants may mean that Britain has some hard choices to make over the next century. A rise in sea levels caused by climatic change could pose a serious threat to the flora and fauna of many coastal areas, and could also affect agricultural uses. This report considers the biological implications of rises of 0.8m up to 1.65m, and examines the different impacts on the coastal environment of various options in sea defence and coast protection. An important and timely report for all ecologists and planners.

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