CL4.07 Media

To address societal concerns over rising sea level and extreme events, understanding the contributions behind these changes is key to predict potential impacts of sea level change on coastal communities and global economy, and is recognized as one of the Grand Challenges of our time by the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). To continue this discussion, we welcome contributions from the international sea level community that improve our knowledge of the past and present changes in sea level, extreme events, and flooding, and produce improved predictions of their future changes. We welcome studies on various drivers of sea level change and linkages between variability in sea level, heat and freshwater content, ocean dynamics, land subsidence from natural versus anthropogenic influences, and mass exchange between the land and the ocean associated with ice sheet and glacier mass loss and changes in the terrestrial water storage. Studies focusing on future sea level changes are also encouraged, as well as those discussing potential short-, medium-, and long-term impacts on coastal and deltaic environments, as well as the global oceans.

Co-organized as CR1.7/G3.9/OS1.26
Convener: Nadya Vinogradova Shiffer | Co-conveners: Marta Marcos, Svetlana Jevrejeva, Mélanie Becker, Makan A. Karegar, Simon Engelhart, Thomas Frederikse
| Mon, 08 Apr, 08:30–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room 0.14
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X5

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X5

Chairperson: Thomas Frederikse, Svetlana Jevrejeva
X5.29 |
Sommart Niemnil, Wim Simons, Marc Naeije, Asrul Mustafar, Barbara Brown, and Siriporn Pradit
X5.30 |
Which gives more influence to salt intrusion, human impacts or sea-level rise?
(withdrawn after no-show)
Wei Zhang
X5.31 |
Nicola Cenni, Massimo Fabris, Simone Fiaschi, Vladimiro Achilli, Mario Floris, Andrea Menin, Michele Monego, and Paolo Riccardi
X5.32 |
Makan A. Karegar, Kristine M. Larson, Jürgen Kusche, and Timothy H. Dixon
X5.33 |
Jan-Hendrik Malles and Ben Marzeion
X5.34 |
Ying Qu, Svetlana Jevrejeva, John Moore, and Joanne Williams
X5.35 |
Consolidating Arctic Altimetric Sea level Changes With Hydrographic In-Situ Data and GRACE
Carsten Ankjær Ludwigsen, Ole Baltazar Andersen, Stine Rose, and Per Knudsen
X5.36 |
Maren Bender, Alessio Rovere, Dominik Kneer, Paolo Stocchi, Jamaludding Jompa, and Thomas Mann
X5.37 |
Youngmi Kim, JunTae Choi, and Young-Hwa Byun
X5.38 |
Fabio Mangini, Léon Chafik, Laurent Bertino, Camille Li, Erica Madonna, and Jan Even Nilsen
X5.39 |
Krister S. Karlsen, Clinton P. Conrad, and Valentina Magni
X5.40 |
Bert Vermeersen and Aimée Slangen and the Wadden Sea sea-level team
X5.41 |
Elizabeth Bradshaw, Andrew Matthews, Kathy Gordon, Angela Hibbert, Svetlana Jevrejeva, Lesley Rickards, Simon Williams, and Philip Woodworth
X5.42 |
Holocene relative sea-level change in Chile
Ed Garrett, Daniel Melnick, Tina Dura, Marco Cisternas, Lisa Ely, Rob Wesson, Julius Jara-Muñoz, and Pippa Whitehouse
X5.43 |
Valeria Secreti, Elisa Trasatti, and Maurizio Battaglia
X5.44 |
Sara Bruni, Luciana Fenoglio, Fabio Raicich, Susanna Zerbini, and Maddalena Errico
X5.45 |
Kwang Young Jeong, Eunil Lee, Ho-Kyun Kim, Boonsoon Kang, Yang-Ki Cho, Myeong-Taek Kwak, and Yong-Yub Kim
X5.46 |
Luca Poluzzi, Nicola Cenni, MariaElina Belardinelli, Stefano Gandolfi, Enzo Mantovani, Massimo Nespoli, Luca Tavasci, Francesco Corsini, Daniele Babbucci, and Marcello Viti
X5.47 |
Jean-Francois Legeais, Florence Birol, Francisco Calafat, Anny Cazenave, Luciana Fenoglio-Marc, Florence Marti, Marcello Passaro, Andrew Shaw, Stefano Vignudelli, and Jérôme Benveniste
X5.48 |
Daniel Kotzian, Michael Schindelegger, and Bernd Uebbing
X5.49 |
Laura Czekay, Philipp Munz, Hartmut Schulz, and Annett Junginger
X5.50 |
The atmospheric and oceanic patterns linked to the recent sea level changes along the Mid-Atlantic Bight and U.S. Northeast Coast
Jian Zhao and Ming Li