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Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to the impacts of climate variability and change: insights from coastal Bangladesh

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            Journal
            Regional Environmental Change
            Reg Environ Change
            Springer Nature
            1436-3798
            1436-378X
            February 2014
            June 6 2013
            February 2014
            : 14
            : 1
            : 281-294
            10.1007/s10113-013-0487-6
            © 2014
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