Holocene sea-level changes in Southeast Asia (SEASchange)
Towards the end of the project, we aim to analyse our field data and modelling in the framework of Bayesian statistical analyses, aiming to answer the question: What are the most vulnerable regions to future sea-level rise in South East Asia?
Publications of the SEASchange project:
Siriwardane-de Zoysa, R., T. Schöne, J. Herbeck, J. Illigner, M. Haghighi, H. Simarmata, E. Porio, A. Rovere, and A-K. Hornidge (2021), The 'wickedness' of governing land subsidence: Policy perspectives from urban Southeast Asia. PLOS ONE, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0250208.
Bender, M. T. Mann, P. Stocchi, D. Kneer, T. Schöne, J. Illigner, J. Jompa, and A. Rovere (2020), Late Holocene (0–6 ka) sea-level changes in the Makassar Strait, Indonesia, Clim. Past, 16(4), doi: 10.5194/cp-16-1187-2020.
Mann, T., M. Bender, T. Lorscheid, P. Stocchi, M. Vacchi, A.D. Switzer, and A. Rovere (2019), Holocene sea levels in SOutheast Asia, Maldives, India and Sri Lanka: The SEAMIS database, Quaternary Science Reviews, 219, 112-125, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.07.007.