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Exposure of Cultural Resources to 21st-Century Climate Change: Towards a risk management plan

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Finer scale, process-based modeling informed by the highest priority CRs would also provide a means to assess various adaptation options that might change the estimated risk and increase the odds of CRs being as little affected as possible.

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