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Urban adaptation to climate change in Rotterdam: from city to neighbourhood [Presentation]
Kleerekoper, L. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 5: Economics of urban adaptation, Session DD 5.4: Urban adaptation to climate change in Rotterdam: From city to neighbourhood, Laura Kleerekoper, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the Internati ...
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Toward a cost-effective restoration of a vital community in a safe delta, design of the ‘New Meadowlands’, New Jersey [Presentation]
Vries, M. de \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 5: Economics of urban adaptation, Session DD 5.4: Toward a cost-effective restoration of a vital community in a safe delta, design of the ‘New Meadowlands’, New Jersey, MSc Mindert de Vries, Deltares - HZ U. of Applied Sciences, ...
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The potential of floating urban development and food production for coastal delta Cities [Presentation]
Graaf, R. de \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 5: Economics of urban adaptation, Session DD 5.4: The potential of floating urban development and food production for coastal delta Cities, PhD Rutger de Graaf, DeltaSync/Hogeschool Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2014). Presented a ...
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Spatial cost-benefit analysis of flood-proofing buildings in New York City [Presentation]
Moel, H. de \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 5: Economics of urban adaptation, Session DD 5.4: Spatial cost-benefit analysis of flood-proofing buildings in New York City, Dr. Hans de Moel, VU University Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies, the Netherlands (2014) ...
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