Our latest SPP SeaLevel Newsletter is now online!

The 3rd edition of the SPP1889 SeaLevel Newsletter has been just released!

In this issue learn about: a modern approach to unravel long-term characteristics of North Sea storm floods by studying salt-marsh development and anthropogenic pollution and combining stratigraphy and climate modelling; about the new version of STAR retracker and how it improves the quality of altimetry-derived sea surface heights in coastal areas; the new findings from the latest expedition in 79 North Glacier in Greenland, ever being reached by ship only since 2016!

Moreover, find out about the ecosystem services approach in sustainable corporate groundwater management as a learning, communication and cooperation tool for stakeholders; the outcomes of experts meeting on groundwater salinisation at north western coastal Germany, including its drivers, future scenarios and how to increase resilience; about our SPP experts on tide gauge and altimetry data transferring knowledge and providing training to Indonesian scientists, and many more recent events, collaborations, achievements and new SPP publications!

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