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Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part VII U.S. coastal impacts

by Judith Curry The final installment in the CE series on sea level rise.

Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part VI. Projections for the 21st century

by Judith Curry The concern about sea level rise is driven primarily by projections of future sea level rise.

Sea level rise acceleration (or not). Part V: detection & attribution

by Judith Curry In looking for causes, I have applied the ‘Sherlock Holmes procedure’ of eliminating one suspect after another. The procedure has left us without any good suspect. Thermal expansion was the candidate of choice at the time of … Continue reading

Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part IV – Satellite era record

by Judith Curry Part IV of the Climate Etc. series on sea level rise focuses on the satellite era (since 1993), including the recent causes of sea level variations and arguments regarding the acceleration (or not) of recent sea level … Continue reading

Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part III – 19th & 20th century observations

By Judith Curry “We are in the uncomfortable position of extrapolating into the next century without understanding the last.” – Walter Munk 

Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part II – The geological record

By Judith Curry Part II of the Climate Etc. series on sea level rise –the geological record provides context for the recent sea level rise.

Sea level rise acceleration (or not): Part I – Introduction

by Judith Curry Introduction and context for a new Climate Etc. series on sea level rise.

Special Report on Sea Level Rise

by Judith Curry I have now completed my assessment of sea level rise and climate change.

Hothouse Earth

by Judith Curry We need to raise the bar on how we think about the possible worst case scenario for climate change.

Sea level rise: isostatic adjustment

by Judith Curry A discussion thread to ponder the uncertainties in glacial isostatic adjustment and the implications for past and future sea level rise.