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Monday, June 20, 2011

Climatic Change, Volume 107, Nos. 1-2 (June 2011): Florida, sea level rise

Climatic Change, Volume 107, Nos. 1-2 (June 2011)

Table of Contents

Between the devil and the deep blue sea: Florida’s unenviable position with respect to sea level rise
Reed F. Noss
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Sea level history of the northern Gulf of Mexico coast and sea level rise scenarios for the near future
Joseph F. Donoghue
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Retrospective and prospective model simulations of sea level rise impacts on Gulf of Mexico coastal marshes and forests in Waccasassa Bay, Florida
Laura Geselbracht, Kathleen Freeman, Eugene Kelly, Doria R. Gordon & Francis E. Putz
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Impacts of past climate and sea level change on Everglades wetlands: placing a century of anthropogenic change into a late-Holocene context
Debra A. Willard & Christopher E. Bernhardt
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Sea level rise and South Florida coastal forests
Amartya K. Saha, Sonali Saha, Jimi Sadle, Jiang Jiang, Michael S. Ross, René M. Price, Leonel S. L. O. Sternberg & Kristie S. Wendelberger
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Storm surge projections and implications for water management in South Florida
Joseph Park, Jayantha Obeysekera, Michelle Irizarry, Jenifer Barnes, Paul Trimble & Winifred Park-Said
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Assessment of sea level rise impacts on human population and real property in the Florida Keys
Keqi Zhang, John Dittmar, Michael Ross & Chris Bergh
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Sinking ships: conservation options for endemic taxa threatened by sea level rise
Joyce Maschinski, Michael S. Ross, Hong Liu, Joe O’Brien, Eric J. von Wettberg & Kristin E. Haskins
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Hurricane effects on subtropical pine rocklands of the Florida Keys
Sonali Saha, Keith Bradley, Michael S. Ross, Phillip Hughes, Thomas Wilmers, Pablo L. Ruiz & Chris Bergh
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Structured decision making as a proactive approach to dealing with sea level rise in Florida
Julien Martin, Paul L. Fackler, James D. Nichols, Bruce C. Lubow, Mitchell J. Eaton, Michael C. Runge, Bradley M. Stith & Catherine A. Langtimm
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Assessing municipal vulnerability to predicted sea level rise: City of Satellite Beach, Florida
Randall W. Parkinson & Tara McCue
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Anonymous said...

Gee, Tenney, it's kinda mean to tease us with these articles that we can't access. Any idea of how we might see them without paying $40 per article?

Tenney Naumer said...

I can't see them either. But you could try writing to the corresponding author. Or, if there is a local university library nearby...