publication . Other literature type . Conference object . 2020

Storylines in Last Interglacial Antarctic Ice-Sheet Mass Loss Inform Future Extreme Sea Levels

Daniel Gilford; Erica Ashe; Robert M. DeConto; Robert E. Kopp; David D. Pollard; D.J. Rasmussen; Alessio Rovere;
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  • Published: 16 Sep 2020
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Presented at the PALSEA Express 2020 virtual meeting on September 16, 2020.<br> <br> Project funding by: <strong>NSF Grant ICER-1663807</strong>, <strong>NASA Grant 80NSSC17K0698</strong>. <strong>Abstract:</strong> Global and local sea levels are projected to rise considerably this century, amplifying the frequency of extreme sea levels that can result in deadly and costly coastal flooding. But projections of future sea level rise are highly uncertain, due primarily to uncertainties in human decisions (through emissions pathways) and uncertainties in the mechanisms that could drive Antarctic ice-sheet (AIS) mass loss. In some coastal regions, the differences be...
free text keywords: Sea-level rise, Antarctic ice-sheet, Extreme sea levels, Flooding, Climate change, Last interglacial, Geology, Sea level, Oceanography, Interglacial, Antarctic ice sheet
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Other literature type . 2020
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Other literature type . 2020
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Conference object . 2020
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