Research on the sensitivity of the marine industry to climate change

Marine economic activities are mostly carried out in coastal zones with the most fragile ecological environment. (…)

(…) this paper develops an evaluation system for sensitivity coefficient by by quantifying specific indicators and finally confirms the sensitivity of different marine industries to climate change. The evaluation reveals that the salt marine industry is the most vulnerable to climate change followed by marine transportation, fishery, mining, shipbuilding, and coastal tourism. (…)

Kong H. & Yang W., 2017. Research on the sensitivity of the marine industry to climate change. In Achour B. & Wu Q. (Eds.), Advances in Energy and Environment Research, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, pp. 91–96. Book chapter (subscription required). 

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