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   gcis:figureNumber "8.1"^^xsd:string;
   dcterms:title "Cumulative Costs of Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge to Coastal Property"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "This figure shows that cumulative damages (in 2015 dollars) to coastal property across the contiguous United States would be significantly reduced if protective adaptation measures were implemented, compared to a scenario where no adaptation occurs. Without adaptation, cumulative damages under the higher scenario (RCP8.5) are estimated at $3.6 trillion through 2100 (discounted at 3%), compared to $820 billion in the scenario where cost‐effective adaptation measures are implemented. Under the lower scenario (RCP4.5), costs without adaptation are reduced by $92 billion relative to RCP8.5 and are $800 billion with adaptation. Note: The stepwise nature of the graph is due to the fact that the analysis evaluates storm surge risks every 10 years, beginning in 2005. Source: adapted from EPA 2017.{{< tbib '35' '0b30f1ab-e4c4-4837-aa8b-0e19faccdb94' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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