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作者:Pablo Fraile-Jurado , José I. Álvarez-Francoso , Emilia Guisado-Pintado ...
来源:[J].Natural Hazards(IF 1.639), 2017, Vol.87 (2), pp.581-598
摘要:Global sea levels have risen through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. This rise will almost certainly continue and probably accelerate during the rest of the twenty-first century, albeit there is strong disagreement about the range of future sea level rise due to un...
作者:P. C. Mohanty , R. S. Mahendra , R. K. Nayak ...
来源:[J].Natural Hazards(IF 1.639), 2017, Vol.89 (3), pp.1227-1238
摘要:... These are impacted by episodic natural events, continuous coastal process, gradually rising sea levels and coexisting human interventions. The present study is an attempt to assess the implication of the sea level rise and coastal slope in the coastal erosion for entire ma...
作者:E. Toker , J. Sharvit , M. Fischer ...
来源:[J].Quaternary International(IF 1.962), 2019, Vol.522, pp.55-65
摘要:Abstract(#br)Sea level variability affected by sea water mass is strongly associated with global, regional and local climate. In this context, the eastern Mediterranean Sea has been intensively investigated in recent decades because of its sensitivity to climatic and environme...
作者:K.S. Carvalho , S. Wang
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)The Indian Ocean which is home to many islands and the low-lying coastal zones have attracted considerable attention due to regional sea level changes. In this study, we examine regional changes in sea level of the Indian Ocean and potential coastal flooding impacts ...
作者:Yongcun Cheng , Hans-Peter Plag , Benjamin D. Hamlington ...
来源:[J].Continental Shelf Research(IF 1.889), 2015, Vol.111, pp.95-107
摘要:Abstract(#br)The regional sea level variability in the Bohai Sea (BS), Yellow Sea (YS) and East China Sea (ECS) is investigated based on tide gauge, satellite altimeter data and an independent oceanic general circulation model for the Earth Simulator (OFES) model outputs. It is f...
作者:Annette Grilli , Malcolm L. Spaulding , Bryan A. Oakley ...
来源:[J].Natural Hazards(IF 1.639), 2017, Vol.88 (1), pp.389-414
摘要:A source–pathway-receptor method is used to assess the risk of the coastal community of Charlestown, RI, USA, to the 100-year storm, including effects of sea level rise (SLR) and shoreline/dune erosion. The 100-year storm is simulated using a chain of stochastic and physic...
作者:Philip J. Knight , Cai O. Bird , Alex Sinclair ...
来源:[J].Ocean Engineering(IF 1.161), 2020, Vol.203
摘要:Abstract(#br)A low-cost Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) buoy platform was developed for measuring coastal sea levels to provide information where logistical, physical and/or financial constraints prevent the application of established tide gauges and satellite altim...
作者:Armin Agha Karimi , Xiaoli Deng
来源:[J].Advances in Space Research(IF 1.183), 2020
摘要:Abstract(#br)Regional sea level studies help to identify the vulnerable areas to the sea level rise. This study investigates the impact of climate modes on sea level variations and trends around Australia using altimetry data, climate indices, and sea level records from tide g...
作者:A. Parker , C.D. Ollier
来源:[J].Ocean and Coastal Management(IF 1.597), 2016, Vol.124, pp.1-9
摘要:Abstract(#br)There are two related measures of sea level, the absolute sea level, which is the increase in the sea level in an absolute reference frame, and relative sea level, which is the increase in sea level recorded by tide gauges. The first measure is a rather abstract ...
作者:Karine A.I. Wainer , Mark P. Rowe , Alexander L. Thomas ...
来源:[J].Earth and Planetary Science Letters(IF 4.349), 2017, Vol.457, pp.325-334
摘要:Abstract(#br)The history of sea level in regions impacted by glacio-isostasy provides constraints on past ice-sheet distribution and on the characteristics of deformation of the planet in response to loading. The Western North Atlantic–Caribbean region, and Bermuda in particul...

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