Sea level rise and the geoid: factor analysis approach

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Song, Hongzhi; Sadovski, Alexey; Jeffress, Gary;

Sea levels are rising around the world, and this is a particular concern along most of the coasts of the United States. A 1989 EPA report shows that sea levels rose 5-6 inches more than the global average along the Mid-Atlantic and Gulf Coasts in the last century. The m... View more
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