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Evaluation of risk perception, knowledge, and preparedness of extreme storm events for the improvement of coastal resilience among migrants: A lesson from Hong Kong » The severity, intensity, and frequency of extreme storm events facing coastal areas are increasing due to climate change and urban sprawl. Migrant populations are particularly vulnerable in extreme s… Onlinelibrary.wiley.com

After the Storm » After the Storm [Writers Circle, Hong Kong, Wilson, Kristina C., Maden, Chris, Bhojwani, Reena, Verity, RJ, Corrigan, Paul Clinton, Lauer, Nathan] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After the Storm Amazon.com

Hong Kong Protesters Storm Legislature, Dividing the Movement (Published 2019) » After weeks of protest that took the high road, a smaller group’s use of force to enter and deface government chambers raises questions about direction and leadership. Nytimes.com

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Hong Kong paralyzed by flash flooding after heaviest rainfall since 1884 | CNN » Record-breaking rainfall in Hong Kong caused widespread flash flooding across the financial hub on Friday, with many businesses and schools forced to shut, just days after the city was battered by a typhoon. Cnn.com

The promoter of LE-ACS7, an early flooding-induced 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate synthase gene of the tomato, is tagged by a Sol3 transposon » Many terrestrial plants respond to flooding with enhanced ethylene production. The roots of flooded plants produce 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC), which is transported from the root to the shoot, where it is converted to ethylene. In the… Ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Hong Kong Is Tracking Worst-Case Scenario Impacts - 8 Reasons To Act Now - China Water Risk » With this summer of rising climate risks, don’t get caught out. CWR’s Dr. CT Low & Debra Tan run through 8 reasons why Hong Kong must act now to get on top advancing climate threats – from hot weather, strong winds to flash floods – be prepared! Chinawaterrisk.org

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