Public and expert perceptions of sea-level change on the Severn Estuary
Thomas, Merryn Jane;
As coastal communities become increasingly exposed to the risks posed by sea-level change, understanding their beliefs and responses becomes more important. While studies have identified differences in lay and expert understandings of climate change, little research has... View more
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