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Moving flood risk modelling forwards

Nature Climate Changevolume 8pages561562 (2018) | Download Citation

Floods are one of the most devastating disasters and their intensity and severity is expected to increase in the future. New research shows how regional floods can cause global impacts through propagation within the global trade and supply network.

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