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No port stands alone: PortMiami and the resilience of its Caribbean and Mesoamerican maritime network

Overview of attention for article published in Maritime Economics & Logistics, February 2024
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Title
No port stands alone: PortMiami and the resilience of its Caribbean and Mesoamerican maritime network
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Maritime Economics & Logistics, February 2024
DOI 10.1057/s41278-024-00283-3
Authors

Richard Grant, Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos, Shouraseni Sen Roy, Lucas Britton, Chang Li, Aidan Rowe, Austin Becker, Becky Hope, Michael Bello

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Attention Score in Context

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#20,657,534
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