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  • New York City Panel on Climate Change. 2010. Climate Change Adaptation in New York City: Building a Risk Management Response. C.Rosenzweig & W.Solecki, Eds. Prepared for use by the New York City Climate Change Adaptation Task Force. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2010. New York , NY .
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