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We are pleased to release the first issue of the SPP SeaLevel Newsletter!

Find out more information and news about the wide range of research...

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Early career scientists from three social science-related projects of the SPP SeaLevel, namely the DICES, EMERSA and TRANSOCAP, came together to a...

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Maren Bender (MARUM/University of Bremen), PhD student within the "Holocene Sea-Level changes in Southeast Asia (SEASchange)" project, just came back...

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The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) Climate Science Special Report, an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a...

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Primary losers of climate change, the Small Island States such as Tonga or Kiribati, but also tourist magnets like the Bahamas or the Maldives are...

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While sea level rise is one of the most unavoidable consequences of climate change, our knowledge on how fast it can develop under a given scenario of...

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Last week, our PhD students Patrick Wagner (GEOMAR) from the IndoArchipel project and Matthias Willen (TU Dresden) from the OMCG project, together...

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The postdocal researcher Janin Schaffer and PI Torsten Kanzow from the OGreen79 project published the first paper of the SPP program in the Journal of...

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Last week, over 350 world experts from 41 countries, including top scientists, city planners, coastal zone developers and managers, and other...

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The SPP SeaLevel has already been in fieldwork in various locations at the two study regions of the North and Baltic Seas, and the South-East Asia,...

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