Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation

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Editorial - Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (2021) Volume 5, Issue 11

Beachfronts: Allying Beach and Clifftops.

Metropolitan waterfront flooding is an overall accommodating and monetary risk with different drivers counting rising waterfront water levels, more genuine hydrologic inputs, shoaling groundwater and growing urbanization. At this moment, in excess of 20 million people stay under present day raised tide levels, 200 million are weak against storm flooding, and in excess of 600 million individuals live in the waterfront zone. Mean sea levels are needed to rise 0.28-0.98 m by 2100 .

Author(s): Daniel A

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