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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Flooding of coastal communities is one of the major causes of environmental disasters world-wide. This textbook explains how sea levels are affected by astronomical tides, weather effects, ocean circulation and climate trends. Based on courses taught by the author in the UK and the USA, this book is aimed at undergraduate students at all levels, with non-basic mathematics being confined to Appendices and a website (http://publishing.cambridge.org/resources/0521532183/). Changing Sea Levels will also interest professionals in many fields including hydrography, coastal engineering, geology, biology, coastal planning and economics.Pugh, David is the author of 'Changing Sea Levels Effects of Tides, Weather, and Climate' with ISBN 9780521532181 and ISBN 0521532183.
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