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    • Framework for High-End Estimates of Sea Level Rise for Stakeholder Applications 

      Stammer, D.ORCIDiD; van de Wal, R. S. W.; Nicholls, R. J.; Church, J. A.ORCIDiD; Le Cozannet, G.ORCIDiD; Lowe, J. A.; Horton, B. P.; White, K.; Behar, D.; Hinkel, J.ORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2019)
      An approach to analyze high-end sea level rise is presented to provide a conceptual framework for high-end estimates as a function of time scale, thereby linking robust sea level science with stakeholder needs. Instead of ...
    • Partitioning the Uncertainty of Ensemble Projections of Global Glacier Mass Change 

      Marzeion, BenORCIDiD; Hock, RegineORCIDiD; Anderson, Brian; Bliss, AndrewORCIDiD; Champollion, Nicolas; Fujita, KojiORCIDiD; Huss, MatthiasORCIDiD; Immerzeel, Walter W.ORCIDiD; Kraaijenbrink, Philip; Malles, Jan-Hendrik; Maussion, FabienORCIDiD; Radi?, Valentina; Rounce, David R.ORCIDiD; Sakai, AkikoORCIDiD; Shannon, Sarah; van de Wal, Roderik; Zekollari, HarryORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2020)
      Glacier mass loss is recognized as a major contributor to current sea level rise. However, large uncertainties remain in projections of glacier mass loss on global and regional scales. We present an ensemble of 288 glacier ...
    • Poleward Shift of the Major Ocean Gyres Detected in a Warming Climate 

      Yang, HuORCIDiD; Lohmann, GerritORCIDiD; Krebs-Kanzow, UtaORCIDiD; Ionita, MonicaORCIDiD; Shi, XiaoxuORCIDiD; Sidorenko, DimitryORCIDiD; Gong, XunORCIDiD; Chen, XueenORCIDiD; Gowan, Evan J.ORCIDiD (Geophysical Research Letters, 2020)
      Recent evidence shows that wind-driven ocean currents, like the western boundary currents, are strongly affected by global warming. However, due to insufficient observations both on temporal and spatial scales, the impact ...
    • Projected Changes in Compound Flood Hazard From Riverine and Coastal Floods in Northwestern Europe 

      Ganguli, PoulomiORCIDiD; Paprotny, DominikORCIDiD; Hasan, Mehedi; Güntner, AndreasORCIDiD; Merz, BrunoORCIDiD (Earth's Future, 2020-11-18)
      Compound flooding in coastal regions, that is, the simultaneous or successive occurrence of high sea levels and high river flows, is expected to increase in a warmer world. To date, however, there is no robust evidence on ...