SeaLevel.info notable papers on sea-level and science.
Sea-level rise is an important issue. Sally studies how low lying coastlines are prone to flooding, sea-level rise and subsidence. Sally presents her work in journal articles and at international conferences, such at the 1.5 degrees conference at the University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute in 2016.
New research by Rutgers scientists reaffirms that modern sea-level rise is linked to human activities and not to changes in Earth's orbit. Surprisingly, the Earth had nearly ice-free conditions.
This paper explores the property price impact of several adaptation structures that can help bolster the shoreline and protect homes from sea level rise (SLR) in Anne Arundel County, MD. Our study uses a novel dataset on coastal features that is very spatially explicit, and contains the location of all adaptation structures. We also use maps of SLR zones to explore how property price impacts.
Here, we extend Heede’s research to analyze the contribution of emissions traced to these major carbon producers to the rise in atmospheric concentrations of CO 2 and CH 4, GMST, and global sea level (GSL). A benefit of the simple climate model approach is the ability to explore the emissions traced to major carbon producers in a way that is consistent with major climate- and impact-relevant.
Changes in sea level vary around the world and over time, because of the effects of ocean cycles, volcanic eruptions and other phenomenon. But the hastening pace of sea level rise is being caused.
Sea-level rise poses enormous risks to the valuable infrastructure, development, and wetlands that line much of the 1,600 mile shoreline of California, Oregon, and Washington. As those states seek to incorporate projections of sea-level rise into coastal planning, they asked the National Research Council to make independent projections of sea.
A Multi-Disciplinary Review of Current Sea-Level Rise Research in Florida 1. Anna Cathey Linhoss, Lisa Gardner Chambers, Kevin Wozniak, and Tom Ankersen 2. Abstract. Sea-level rise is an issue of paramount importance for the state of Florida due to its lengthy coastline, low relief, high coastal population density, ecologically and economically vital beaches, estuaries, and wetlands, and.