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The outcome of the SPP-1889 SeaLevel Evaluation process

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A new conceptual framework to help users to apply sea-level rise information and better inform the science community about these needs.

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A new framework based on decision analysis can help scientists produce practical data that support informed decisions about climate adaptations.

 

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28 March 2019, Hamburg

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19-20 March, Hamburg, Germany

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7-8 February 2019, University of Bonn, Germany

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CLIVAR aims to understand the dynamics, the interaction, and the predictability of the climate system with emphasis on ocean-atmosphere...

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Although sea level rise is a global phenomenon, the impacts are local, and are happening now. Changes in sea level are impacting communities across...

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Johannes Herbeck (artec, Universität Bremen) & Rapti Siriwardane (Leibniz-ZMT)

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Researchers from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) have investigated all glacial areas in South America in more detail than...

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