López Royo, Mireia; Ranasinghe, Roshanka; Jiménez, José A.
Vulnerability is defined as the system’s potential to be damaged by a certain climate change (CC) hazard, and ideally, it
has to be assessed by accounting for the different factors controlling the coastal response both in negative
(susceptibility) and positive (resilience) terms to changing climatic and/or geomorphic conditions. The lack of an
easy-to-use assessment method that requires only readily available data has severely hampered efforts to assess
national-scale coastal vulnerability...[Show more]
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