Adaptation and Migration in Asia's Drowning River Deltas

26 October 2016

Alex Chapman from the University of Southampton reported on the latest adaptation and migration research in Asia's mega-river deltas. These regions are highly populated and vital to global food security, but most are rapidly sinking into the sea.

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Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
26 Oct 2016 Presentation Adaptation and Migration in Asia's Drowning River Deltas
The world's threatened deltas are concentrated in South and East Asia. Among the identified accelerators of relative sea-level rise in river...
Alex Chapman


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