Climate events and the role of adaptive capacity for (im-)mobility

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KOUBI, Vally, Lena SCHAFFER, Gabriele SPILKER, Tobias BÖHMELT, 2022. Climate events and the role of adaptive capacity for (im-)mobility. In: Population and Environment. Springer. 43(3), pp. 367-392. ISSN 0199-0039. eISSN 1573-7810. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s11111-021-00395-5

@article{Koubi2022-03Clima-56280, title={Climate events and the role of adaptive capacity for (im-)mobility}, year={2022}, doi={10.1007/s11111-021-00395-5}, number={3}, volume={43}, issn={0199-0039}, journal={Population and Environment}, pages={367--392}, author={Koubi, Vally and Schaffer, Lena and Spilker, Gabriele and Böhmelt, Tobias} }

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