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Migration as adaptation


  • Richard Black

    (Richard Black is head of the School of Global Studies, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SJ, UK.)

  • Stephen R. G. Bennett

    (Stephen R. G. Bennett is at the Foresight Programme, Government Office for Science, London SW1H 0ET, UK)

  • Sandy M. Thomas

    (Sandy M. Thomas is head of Foresight, Government Office for Science.)

  • John R. Beddington

    (John R. Beddington is chief scientific adviser to the UK government, and head of the Government Office for Science.)


Mobility can bring opportunities for coping with environmental change, say Richard Black, Stephen R. G. Bennett, Sandy M. Thomas and John R. Beddington.

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  • Richard Black & Stephen R. G. Bennett & Sandy M. Thomas & John R. Beddington, 2011. "Migration as adaptation," Nature, Nature, vol. 478(7370), pages 447-449, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:nat:nature:v:478:y:2011:i:7370:d:10.1038_478477a
    DOI: 10.1038/478477a

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