By: LA Boorman, JD Goss-Custard and S McGrorty
24 pages, Col illus
Global warming associated with high levels of atmospheric pollutants may lead to many parts of coastal Britain facing drastic changes in sea level in the next century. This report considers the biological implications of rises of 0.8m up to 1.65m, and examines the impact of various options in sea defence and coast protection. An important and timely report for all ecologists and planners.
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