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NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security
In the face of climate change impacts projected over the coming century, seaport decision makers have the responsibility to manage risks for a diverse array of stakeholders and enhance seaport resilience against climate and weather impacts. At the single port scale, decision makers such as port managers may consider the uninterrupted functioning of their port the number one priority. But, at the multi-port (regional or national) scale, policy-makers will need to prioritize competing portdoi:10.1007/978-94-024-1123-2_7 fatcat:ckya36uos5de5nmahdcftvwha4