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In-text: (Fontini, Umgiesser and Vergano, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Fontini, F., Umgiesser, G. and Vergano, L., 2010. The role of ambiguity in the evaluation of the net benefits of the MOSE system in the Venice lagoon. Ecological Economics, 69(10), pp.1964-1972.
In-text: (Galewsky et al., 2008)
Your Bibliography: Galewsky, J., Roe, G., Anderson, R., Meyer, G. and Flowers, G., 2008. Climate Over Landscapes: Workshop on Atmospheric Sciences and Surface Processes; Boulder, Colorado, 1–3 October 2007. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 89(16), p.151.
In-text: (Polomé, Marzetti and van der Veen, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Polomé, P., Marzetti, S. and van der Veen, A., 2005. Economic and social demands for coastal protection. Coastal Engineering, 52(10-11), pp.819-840.
In-text: (Tosi, Teatini and Strozzi, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Tosi, L., Teatini, P. and Strozzi, T., 2013. Natural versus anthropogenic subsidence of Venice. Scientific Reports, 3.
In-text: (Vergano and Nunes, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Vergano, L. and Nunes, P., 2006. Analysis and evaluation of ecosystem resilience: an economic perspective with an application to the Venice lagoon. Biodivers Conserv, 16(12), pp.3385-3408.
In-text: (Vergano, Umgiesser and Nunes, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Vergano, L., Umgiesser, G. and Nunes, P., 2010. An economic assessment of the impacts of the MOSE barriers on Venice port activities. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 15(6), pp.343-349.
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