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Beside the seaside : Vertical dis-integration, demographic imbalance and adaptation in UK coastal communities. / Salder, Jacob.

Ordinary Cities, Extraordinary Geographies: People, Place and Space. ed. / John Bryson; Vida Vanchan; Ronald Kalafsky. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021. p. 192-211 (Cities).

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Harvard

Salder, J 2021, Beside the seaside: Vertical dis-integration, demographic imbalance and adaptation in UK coastal communities. in J Bryson, V Vanchan & R Kalafsky (eds), Ordinary Cities, Extraordinary Geographies: People, Place and Space. Cities, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 192-211. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781789908022.00018

APA

Salder, J. (2021). Beside the seaside: Vertical dis-integration, demographic imbalance and adaptation in UK coastal communities. In J. Bryson, V. Vanchan, & R. Kalafsky (Eds.), Ordinary Cities, Extraordinary Geographies: People, Place and Space (pp. 192-211). (Cities). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781789908022.00018

Vancouver

Salder J. Beside the seaside: Vertical dis-integration, demographic imbalance and adaptation in UK coastal communities. In Bryson J, Vanchan V, Kalafsky R, editors, Ordinary Cities, Extraordinary Geographies: People, Place and Space. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 2021. p. 192-211. (Cities). https://doi.org/10.4337/9781789908022.00018

Author

Salder, Jacob. / Beside the seaside : Vertical dis-integration, demographic imbalance and adaptation in UK coastal communities. Ordinary Cities, Extraordinary Geographies: People, Place and Space. editor / John Bryson ; Vida Vanchan ; Ronald Kalafsky. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2021. pp. 192-211 (Cities).

Bibtex

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