Vol. 34 | 2014

 

Special Issue:The Effects of Sea Level Rise and Increased Storm Events

Edited by John Sheehan

 

The Effects of Sea Level Rise and Increased Storm Events: An Editorial Introduction

John Sheehan

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An Overview of the Coastal Management in the Planning System of New South Wales (NSW), Australia, at the Local Government Level: Is an Environmental Statutory Shift in Planning Law Overdue?
Andrew H. Kelly
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‘They’ll be drownded in the tide.’ Reconsidering Coastal Boundaries in the Face of Sea-level Rise
Mick Strack
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Coastal Communities under Threat: Comparing Property and Social Exposure
Michal Lichter and Daniel Felsenstein
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What if (Inland) Sea Levels are Falling...Then Rising...Then Falling…? Climate Change and Shoreland Management on the Laurentian Great Lakes
Richard K. Norton, Lorelle A. Meadows and Guy A. Meadows
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Climate Impacted Littoral Phenomena and Customary Property Rights
Franklin Obeng-Odoom and John Sheehan
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Conflicting World Views: Disjuncture between Climate Change Knowledge, Land Use Planning and Disaster Resilience in Remote Indigenous Communities in Northern Australia
Ed Wensing, Sharon Harwood, Deanne Bird and Katharine Haynes
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Obsolescence Arising from the Transformation of Property Rights Due to the Effect of Sea Level Rise: A Property Economics Perspective
Garrick Small
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A Sunburnt Country – Storms, Surges and Sea Levels: Of Insurance and Flooding Rains

Lucy Cradduck and John Teale

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