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Human-Ecosystem Interdependence in Coastal Cities

Human-Ecosystem Interdependence in Coastal Cities by Mark Amen
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Coastal cities are now home to over 40% of the world’s population. As coastal city populations continue to grow, the impacts of both human-induced and natural disasters become all the more pressing. This e-book demonstrates that there is much work to be done to secure the future of coastal cities throughout the world. We know that sizeable numbers of the public as well as of the policy and research communities are well on the way to appreciating and attempting to understand the critical circumstances in which far too many coastal cities now find themselves. Yet, as these papers confirm, coastal cities have a long way to go in mitigating further ecosystem damage and in adapting to current ecosystem conditions.
Emerald Publishing Limited; June 2009
124 pages; ISBN 9781848557796
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Title: Human-Ecosystem Interdependence in Coastal Cities
Author: Mark Amen