Climate Change and the Future Impacts of Storm-Surge Disasters in Developing Countries
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- Susmita Dasgupta & Benoit Laplante & Siobhan Murray & David Wheeler, 2009. "Climate Change and the Future Impacts of Storm-Surge Disasters in Developing Countries," Working Papers 182, Center for Global Development.
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Keywordsvulnerable; coastal cities; developing countries; economies; populations; demographic formations; climate change; disasters; cyclonic storm; damaging flood conditions; migration; tropical cyclone intensity; regional variability;
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