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Waves pound a sea wall in Pacifica, Calif., during a storm in 2010. Small assumptions can make a big difference when putting a price-tag on future disasters.
July 20, 2012 It's tough to figure out how big price-tags really are when they're far in the future. But getting it wrong can have serious consequences.
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