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The production of unequal vulnerability to flood hazards: A conceptual framework for hazards research in Canada's cities

The production of unequal vulnerability to flood hazards: A conceptual framework for hazards research in Canada's cities

Canadian Geographer / le Géographe Canadien 60(1): 82-90

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DOI: 10.1111/cag.12232

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