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Sea Level Rise and Housing Affordability in Small Coastal Communities: A Case Study in Maine
Significant portions of the United States’ coastal housing stock are vulnerable to inundation in coming decades. This will cause a direct loss of housing, result in higher prices for homes that are not vulnerable to flooding, ...
Of Unfrozen Waters
Of Unfrozen Waters adaptation for the deep thaw Retreating sea ice and coastlines are resulting in habitat loss for human and non-human species. A deep investigation into the flux of Arctic materials reveals a need for ...
Harnessing Dynamics: Exploring Scale & Coastal Infrastructure in the Arctic
Infrastructure is crucial for survival in extreme environments. However, it is often built with little consideration for its environmental context or the broader needs of the community it serves. In the Arctic, small coastal ...