Evaluation of Loss Due to Storm Surge Disasters in China Based on Econometric Model Groups

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Xue Jin; Xiaoxia Shi; Jintian Gao; Tongbin Xu; Kedong Yin;

Storm surge has become an important factor restricting the economic and social development of China’s coastal regions. In order to improve the scientific judgment of future storm surge damage, a method of model groups is proposed to refine the evaluation of the loss due... View more
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