A comparative analysis of coastal adaptation decision-making approaches
Sea-level rise as a result of climate change will result in increasing amounts of damage to natural and built assets along the Australian coastline. Knowing when to respond to this threat is challenging given that increasing sea levels over the coming century will mean that the options required for protection from, for example, storm surge now may not be the same as those needed in the future. The choice of when to act has a major impact on investment decisions on the one hand, and potential risk exposure on the other.
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