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Nature Climate Change volume 2, pages 401402 (2012) | Download Citation

Immobility rather than mobility should be the focus of concern for policymakers worried about the impact of climate-related natural hazards on the livelihoods of rural populations.

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  1. Allan M. Findlay is in the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews, North Street, St Andrews, Scotland, UK

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