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Coastal Environments Focus on Asian Coastal Regions

By: V Subramanian(Editor)
240 pages, 30 illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
Coastal Environments
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Coastal Environments deals with the major issues being faced by the coastal population in Asia with emphasis on natural and man-made hazards, climate change impact and pressures caused by mega cities along Asian coasts. The edited book contains chapters authored by experts who are well known in their own fields of specialization relevant to coastal processes. Emphasis has been given to almost all regions of Aisan coast although coverage for south and south eastern regions of Asia is rather strong. Each chapter has been peer reviewed and revised before acceptance. In this book practical suggestions to mitigate problems in sustainable management of coastal regions are also discussed. The book will be useful for students, researchers in physical and social science, policy makers and climate change specialists.

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By: V Subramanian(Editor)
240 pages, 30 illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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