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Should Swedish sea level planners worry more about mean sea level rise or sea level extremes?

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Ambio [Ambio] 2022 Nov; Vol. 51 (11), pp. 2325-2332. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Jun 07.

Abstract: Current coastal spatial planning in Sweden uses simple methods to account for how flood risks increase owing to sea level rise. Those methods, however, fail to account for several important aspects of sea level rise, such as: projection uncertainty, em...

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Sea-level rise will likely accelerate rock coast cliff retreat rates.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Nature communications [Nat Commun] 2022 Nov 18; Vol. 13 (1), pp. 7005. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Nov 18.

Abstract: Coastal response to anthropogenic climate change is of central importance to the infrastructure and inhabitants in these areas. Despite being globally ubiquitous, the stability of rock coasts has been largely neglected, and the expected acceleration of...

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A new approach for incorporating sea-level rise in hybrid 2D/one-line shoreline models.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Scientific reports [Sci Rep] 2022 Oct 27; Vol. 12 (1), pp. 18074. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Oct 27.

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Abstract: Hybrid 2D/one-line shoreline models, which typically apply a finite volume approach to simulate sediment transport and the one-line theory to update the shoreline morphology, are being increasingly applied over meso timescales (10 1 to 10 2  years) to ...

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Mapping mangrove sustainability in the face of sea level rise and land use: A case study on Leizhou Peninsula, China.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of environmental management [J Environ Manage] 2023 Jan 01; Vol. 325 (Pt B), pp. 116554. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Oct 22.

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Abstract: Habitat loss and degradation of mangrove forests can be caused by both sea level rise (SLR) and unsustainable land practices. Current long-term change projections are often based on changes to mangrove extent; however, this may overlook fragmentation a...

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A locally relevant framework for assessing the risk of sea level rise under changing temperature conditions: Application in New Caledonia, Pacific Ocean.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): The Science of the total environment [Sci Total Environ] 2022 Aug 15; Vol. 834, pp. 155326. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Apr 19.

Abstract: Sea level rise is a key feature in a warmer world and its impact can be seen globally. Assessing climate change-induced sea level rise, therefore, is urgently needed particularly in small island nations, where the threats of sea level rise are immediat...

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More extensive land loss expected on coastal deltas due to rivers jumping course during sea-level rise.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A] 2022 Aug 02; Vol. 119 (31), pp. e2119333119. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Jul 25.

Abstract: River deltas are home to hundreds of millions of people worldwide and are in danger of sinking due to anthropogenic sea-level rise, land subsidence, and reduced sediment supply. Land loss is commonly forecast by averaging river sediment supply across t...

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Effects of saltwater intrusion and sea level rise on aging and corrosion rates of iron pipes in water distribution and wastewater collection systems in coastal areas.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Journal of environmental management [J Environ Manage] 2022 Aug 01; Vol. 315, pp. 115153. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Apr 30.

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Abstract: Failure of water distribution and wastewater collection pipes can impact human health and environment due to potential contamination of water and soil in the surrounding areas, as well as service interruptions and road closures. This paper provides a q...

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The macroeconomic effects of adapting to high-end sea-level rise via protection and migration.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Nature communications [Nat Commun] 2022 Sep 29; Vol. 13 (1), pp. 5705. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 29.

Abstract: Climate change-induced sea level rise (SLR) is projected to be substantial, triggering human adaptation responses, including increasing protection and out-migration from coastlines. Yet, in macroeconomic assessments of SLR the latter option has been gi...

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Hidden costs to building foundations due to sea level rise in a changing climate.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Scientific reports [Sci Rep] 2022 Aug 18; Vol. 12 (1), pp. 14020. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Aug 18.

Abstract: Coastal civil infrastructure is vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Hurricane storm surge and coastal flooding can cause significant hydrostatic and hydrodynamic loads on structures while saltwater intrusion (SWI) may lead to deterioration of ...

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Creeping disaster along the U.S. coastline: Understanding exposure to sea level rise and hurricanes through historical development.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Aug 03; Vol. 17 (8), pp. e0269741. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Aug 03 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract: Current estimates of U.S. property at risk of coastal hazards and sea level rise (SLR) are staggering-evaluated at over a trillion U.S. dollars. Despite being enormous in the aggregate, potential losses due to SLR depend on mitigation, adaptation, and ...

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