Multi-hazard prone coasts: Where are we now & where to from here? (2019)
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CitationHart DE, Pitman S, Byun D-S (2019). Multi-hazard prone coasts: Where are we now & where to from here?. Invercargill: New Zealand Coastal Society. 13/11/2019-15/11/2019.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research37 - Earth sciences::3709 - Physical geography and environmental geoscience::370903 - Natural hazards
33 - Built environment and design::3304 - Urban and regional planning::330499 - Urban and regional planning not elsewhere classified
05 - Environmental Sciences::0502 - Environmental Science and Management::050299 - Environmental Science and Management not elsewhere classified
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