Posted by: Michael Ritter | March 28, 2007

Climate Change: Study Maps Those At Greatest Risk From Cyclones And Rising Seas

“The first global study to identify populations at greatest risk from rising sea levels and more intense cyclones linked to climate change will be published next month in the peer-reviewed journal Environment and Urbanization.”

Read article at
TPE Link – Climate Change: Global Warming, Evidence from the Ocean

Map: Population Density within and outside a 10 meter low elevation coastal zone, 2000. Courtesy CIESIN


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