We need to adapt fast to erosion and rising sea levels to manage coastal risks

We need to adapt fast to erosion and rising sea levels to manage coastal risks


Adelaide, Australia. Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

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The impact of rising sea levels and coastal erosion will see shorelines retreat steadily and provide major challenges for planning authorities, according to a research that involved The University of Western Australia.

The researchers examined the impact of rising sea levels for future decades and centuries…

Read Full Article, UWA (06-25-2020)

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