Identifying and Incorporating Community Coastal Values in Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Planning: A Case Study of the South West of Western Australia
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This research explored community coastal values and how they may be impacted as a result of climate change, explicitly coastal erosion and inundation. The research also examined how specific collaborative learning practices can enhance understanding and knowledge uptake of coastal climate change in the community and how community values of the coast can be incorporated into coastal hazard risk management and adaptation planning.
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