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Do bio-shields affect tsunami inundation?
Policy support to the GreenCoast Project
R.S.Bhalla. (2007) Do bio-shields affect tsunami inundation? Current Science, 93:6, 831-833.
Other Journal Articles:
Monitoring carnivore populations at the landscape scale: occupancy modelling of tigers from sign surveys.
Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts: Views from above and below the canopy
Googleology: powerful tool or unreliable evidence? An example exploring evidence using the current debate on Testudo gigantea Schweigger, 1812 and Dipsochelys dussumieri (Gray, 1831)
Invading the Andamans, From weeds to elephants, foreign organisms take over the Andamans islands, throwing the once-balanced ecosystem off sync.
'Reply to 'Using remote sensing to assess the protective role of coastal woody vegetation against tsunami waves''
Do mangroves provide an effective barrier to storm surges?
Restoration of Coastal Habitats
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