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    Author(s): Lindsay K. Campbell; Helen Cheng; Erika Svendsen; Dana Kochnower; Katherine Bunting-Howarth; Phoebe Wapnitsky
    Date: 2021
    Source: Cities and the Environment (CATE). 14: Article 4. 38p.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Campbell, Lindsay K.; Cheng, Helen; Svendsen, Erika; Kochnower, Dana; Bunting-Howarth, Katherine; Wapnitsky, Phoebe. 2021. Living with Water: Documenting lived experience and social-emotional impacts of chronic flooding for local adaptation planning. Cities and the Environment (CATE). 14: Article 4. 38p.


    chronic flooding, social impacts, community resilience, adaptation planning, civic science

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