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Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers

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Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers. / Bray, Malcolm; Janet, Hooke; Carter, David.

In: Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers, Vol. 22, No. 1, 1997, p. 13-30.

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Bray, M, Janet, H & Carter, D 1997, 'Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers', Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 13-30.

APA

Bray, M., Janet, H., & Carter, D. (1997). Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers. Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers, 22(1), 13-30.

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Bray M, Janet H, Carter D. Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers. Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers. 1997;22(1):13-30.

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Bray, Malcolm ; Janet, Hooke ; Carter, David. / Planning for sea-level rise on the south coast of England: advising the decision makers. In: Transactions of The Institute of British Geographers. 1997 ; Vol. 22, No. 1. pp. 13-30.

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