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EVALUATING THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EXTENT OF INUNDATION DUE TO SEA LEVEL RISE ON LAND, BUILDINGS, AND PEOPLE IN MO’OREA, FRENCH POLYNESIA
Driven by a combination of ice sheet loss, ocean thermal expansion, and changes in land water storage, sea levels are expected to rise, though local rates of change vary considerably. Historically, small island nations have ...
ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF USDA CIVIL RIGHTS SETTLEMENTS: PIGFORD IN ADVOCACY AND CONTEXT
In 1999, a class of African American farmers and landowners led by North Carolinian Timothy Pigford sued the United States Department of Agriculture under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, alleging discrimination in loan-making ...
Prioritizing High-altitude Ramsar Wetlands in the Eastern Himalayas
Himalayan high-altitude wetlands are some of the most iconic and hydrologically dynamic ecosystems in South and Central Asia. Yet little is known about their historical ecology; less is reported on their management. To aid ...