Natural hazards and climate change impacts in coastal areas
Coastal areas are vulnerable to ocean, atmospheric and land-based hazards. This vulnerability is likely to be exacerbated in future with, for example, sea level rise, increasing intensity of tropical cyclones, increased subsidence due to groundwater extraction. Drawing firm conclusions about current and future changes in this environment is challenging because uncertainties are often large. This calls for a better understanding of the underlying physical processes and systems. Furthermore, while global scale climate and detailed hydrodynamic modelling are reaching a mature development stage the robust assessment of impacts at regional and local scales remains in its infancy. Numerical models therefore play a crucial role in characterizing coastal hazards and assigning risks to them.

This session invites submissions focusing on assessments and case studies at global and regional scales of potential physical impacts of tsunamis, storm surge, sea level rise, waves, and currents on coasts. We also welcome submissions on near-shore ocean dynamics and also on the socio-economic impact of these hazards along the coast.

Co-organized as AS4.63/CL3.10/GM11.10/OS2.12
Convener: Renske de Winter | Co-conveners: Joern Behrens, Luke Jackson, Goneri Le Cozannet, Rosh Ranasinghe
| Fri, 12 Apr, 08:30–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room 1.61
| Attendance Fri, 12 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X3

Attendance time: Friday, 12 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X3

Chairperson: Renske de Winter
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Patrick Boyden, Alessio Rovere, Elisa Casella, and Christopher Daly
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Mohamed Maanan, Pierre Pouzet, and Marc Robin
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Marius Ulm, Arne Arns, and Jürgen Jensen
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Job Dullaart, Sanne Muis, Nadia Bloemendaal, and Jeroen Aerts
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Jorid Höffken, Athanasios Vafeidis, Leigh MacPherson, and Sönke Dangendorf
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Tae-Soon Kang, Kwang-Young Jeong, Eunil Lee, Ho-Kyun Kim, Hyeong-Min Oh, Soon-Mi Hwang, and Soo-Min Kim
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Sebastian Niehüser, Arne Arns, and Jürgen Jensen
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Renske de Winter and Bas Huisman
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Christian Ferrarin, Andrea Valentini, Martin Vodopivec, Dijana Klaric, Giovanni Massaro, Stefano Menegon, Michol Ghezzo, Amedeo Fadini, Alessandra De Savino, Anja Fettich, Matjaž Ličer, and Lidija Fustar
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Mélanie Becker, Jamal Uddin Khan, Yann Krien, Fabien Durand, Fabrice Papa, Laurent Testut, Mikhail Karpytchev, AKM Saiful Islam, and Stephane Calmant
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Guillermo Fernández, Pedro Costa, Anabela Venâncio, Marcos Tesouro, Pablo Carracedo, Jesús Dubert, Swen Brands, Juan Taboada, Rita Nolasco, and Sabela Regueiro
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Charlotte Lyddon, Jennifer M. Brown, Nicoletta Leonardi, and Andrew J. Plater
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Shu-Chun Chuang, Tso-Ren Wu, Chuen-Teyr Terng, Chi-Hao Chu, Chun-Wei Lin, Yu-Lin Tsai, and Mei-Hui Chuang
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Philip S.J. Minderhoud, Hans Middelkoop, Gilles Erkens, and Esther Stouthamer
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Phuong Lan Vu, Minh Cuong Ha, José Darrozes, Frédéric Frappart, Guillaume Ramillien, Pascal Gégout, Grégory Dufréchou, Denis Morichon, and Philippe Bonneton
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Pal Schmitt, Rónadh Cox, Frederic Dias, Louise O'Boyle, and Trevor Whittaker
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Maria Ausilia Paparo, Alberto Armigliato, Gianluca Pagnoni, Filippo Zaniboni, Andrea Argnani, Marzia Rovere, and Stefano Tinti
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Correlation of wind waves and sea level variations on the coast of the seasonally ice-covered Gulf of Finland
Milla M. Johansson, Jan-Victor Björkqvist, Jani Särkkä, Ulpu Leijala, and Kimmo K. Kahma
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Elke Meyer, Ralf Weisse, Birger Tinz, and Robert Scholz