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Coastal flood resilience: delivering thriving waterfront cities

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Coastal flood resilience : delivering thriving waterfront cities. / Menteth, Walter.

The Cork Papers: Sustainable City in the Making. ed. / Angela Brady. Cork : Cork City Council, 2018. p. 80-85.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Menteth, W 2018, Coastal flood resilience: delivering thriving waterfront cities. in A Brady (ed.), The Cork Papers: Sustainable City in the Making. Cork City Council, Cork, pp. 80-85. <http://www.corkcity.ie/>

APA

Menteth, W. (2018). Coastal flood resilience: delivering thriving waterfront cities. In A. Brady (Ed.), The Cork Papers: Sustainable City in the Making (pp. 80-85). Cork City Council. http://www.corkcity.ie/

Vancouver

Menteth W. Coastal flood resilience: delivering thriving waterfront cities. In Brady A, editor, The Cork Papers: Sustainable City in the Making. Cork: Cork City Council. 2018. p. 80-85

Author

Menteth, Walter. / Coastal flood resilience : delivering thriving waterfront cities. The Cork Papers: Sustainable City in the Making. editor / Angela Brady. Cork : Cork City Council, 2018. pp. 80-85

Bibtex

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