Appendix C - References

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Appendix C:    References

 

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  2. Government of Ireland. Climate Action and Low carbon Development Act 2015. Dublin: Stationery Office. 2015. 
  3. Government of Ireland. Local Authority Adaptation Strategy Development Guidelines. Dublin: Stationery Office. Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment. December 2018.
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  7. Steele-Dunne, S., Lynch, P., McGrath, R., Semmler, T., Wang, S., Hanafin, J., & Nolan P., 2014. The Impacts of Climate Change on Hydrology in Ireland. Journal of Hydrology. 356. 28-45. 
  8. Walsh, S. & N. Dwyer, 2012. Rainfall. The Status of Ireland's Climate 2012. N. Dwyer. Wexford, Ireland. Environmental Protection Agency. pp.14-16.
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  19. Nolan, G., Dwyer, N. & J. Gault, 2012. Sea State. The Status of Ireland's Climate 2012. N. Dwyer. Wexford, Ireland. Environmental Protection Agency. pp.68-70.
  20. Wang, S., McGrath, R., Hanafin, J., Lynch, P., Semmler, T., & Nolan, P., 2008. The Impact of Climate Change on Storm Surge over Irish Waters. Ocean Modelling. 25. 83-94.
  21. Walsh, S. & N. Dwyer, 2012. Surface Wind. The Status of Ireland's Climate 2012. N. Dwyer. Wexford, Ireland. Environmental Protection Agency. pp.19-21.
  22. Nolan, P., Lynch, P., McGrath, R., Semmler, T. & Wang, S, 2011. Simulating climate change and its effects on the wind energy resource of Ireland. Wind Energy. 2011.
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  39. Government of Ireland. Sectoral Planning Guidelines for Climate Change Adaptation. Dublin: Stationery Office. Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment. May 2018.