Coastal vulnerability to sea level rise


First-pass is a regional, broad-scale assessment, often called a sensitivity analysis.This analysis used northern New South Wales.

Second-pass is a system-focussed assessment or captures exposure. This analysis used the Hunter Estuary. 

Third-pass is a site-specific, data intensive assessment using high resolution. It should capture exposure and sensitivity and potentially, adaptive capacity. This study used Ukerebagh Island, Tweed River. Outcomes for NRM, limitations and further work are summarised.


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Case Study
060205 - Marine and Estuarine Ecology (incl. Marine Ichthyology), 040305 - Marine Geoscience
Geographic and Temporal Extents
Northern Coast, Hunter
NSW North Coast
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Attributions and Constraints
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The University of Wollongong, The University of Queensland
Kerrylee Rogers and Cath Lovelock
Kerrylee Rogers and Cath Lovelock (2014) Coastal Vulnerability to sea-level rise, University of Woolongong and University of Queensland.
Kerrylee Rogers, Kerrylee@uow.edu.au
2015/07/06