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259. How High, How Soon – The Impact of Rising Sea Levels

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In this Geography Factsheet you will find:
• Introduction: At the front line of global warming.
• Low-lying areas and islands vulnerable to sea level rise.
• Mega delta’s.
• Small islands developing states (SIDS).
• Cities and countries at risk.

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September 2010

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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