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Climate Change Adaptation in Tanzania's Coastal Villages

Climate stresses in Tanzania's coastal villages include sea level rise, sea water temperature increases, increased frequency and intensity of storms, salt water intrusion, shifts in bi-modal and uni-modal rainfall patterns, coastal and river flooding, and changes in river flow patterns. Potential impacts on natural resource based livelihoods such as shellfish cultivation and seaweed farming.

Adaptation challenge

Villages face multiple hazards and vary in their adaptive...

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