5 edition of Impacts of sea-level rise on European coastal lowlands found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 246-250) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by M.J. Tooley and S. Jelgersma.|
|Series||The Institute of British Geographers special publications series ;, 27, Special publications series (Institute of British Geographers) ;, 26.|
|Contributions||Tooley, M. J., Jelgersma, Saskia, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||GC89 .I46 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||91032557|
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Chapter 7 Sea Level Rise CHAPTER 7 SEA LEVEL RISE FINDINGS Global warming could cause sea level to rise to 2 meters by Such a rise would inundate wetlands and lowlands, erode beaches, exacerbate coastal flooding, and increase the salinity of estuaries and aquifers. • A 1-meter rise could drown approximately 25File Size: KB. Sea-Level Rise • These impacts have a strong distributional pattern. Countries in north-west Europe have the greatest potential damages and costs, although many of these countries are the most prepared for climate change in the European Union. • In addition, sea-level rise will affect coastal Size: 2MB.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm. Contents: Impacts of a future sea-level on European coastal lowlands / S. Jelgersma and M.J. Tooley --Relative rise of mean sea-levels in the Netherlands in recent times / J.
van Malde --Vulnerability of the Belgian coastal lowlands to future sea-level rise / C. Baeteman [and. 'Monitoring and assessment of recent reasearch results on global climate change with a special section on sea-level rise and joint implementation' in: "Climate change research and policy", a periodic survey for the Commission of the European Communities, Update N.
9, EU J0int Research Centre, Sevilla, EUREN. 76 pp. Coastal Impacts Due to Sea-Level Rise Duncan M. FitzGerald1, Michael S.
Fenster2, Britt A. Argow3, and Ilya V. Buynevich4 1Department of Earth Sciences, Boston University, Boston, [email protected] 2Environmental Studies Program, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, [email protected] 3Geosciences Department, Wellesley College Wellesley, MA.
Impacts of sea-level rise on European coastal low-lands, Michael J. Tooley and Saskia Jelgersma (eds), Blackwell Scientific (Oxford), Institute of British Geographers, Special Publication Series No elevation, sea level, sea, floods, coastal ecosystems Methodology: The lowland was extracted from a global digital elevation model (DEM)/ digital terrain elevation model compiled by EEA and derived from the GTOPO30 dataset from U.S.
Geological Survey. Kevin J. Noone, in Managing Ocean Environments in a Changing Climate, Impacts of Sea-Level Rise. Sea-level rise will impact all coastal areas, but to differing extents.
It is an existential issue for some small island states, since some islands will disappear entirely with even modest increases in sea level. Potential worldwide impacts of sea level rise on coastal-lowland anurans Article (PDF Available) in North-Western Journal of Zoology 12(1) January with 79 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Impacts of future sea-level rise on European coastal lowlands, sma and M.J. Tooley relative rise of mean sea-level in the Netherlands in recent times, J. van Malde vulnerability of the.
Understanding Sea-Level Rise and Variability identifies the major impacts of sea-level rise, presents up-to-date assessments of past sea-level change, thoroughly explores all of the factors contributing to sea-level rise, and explores how sea-level extreme events might change.
It identifies what is known in each area and what research and observations are required to reduce the uncertainties. With the predicted rise in sea‐level as a result of global warming, there has been increasing speculation and concern as to the impact on coastal geomorphology and the likely changing balance‐accounts of the form and function of coastal habitats as well as increased risk to those living in coastal areas ().The present coastal configuration reflects the unregulated pre‐20th century Cited by: The Impact of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Wetlands.
by Center for International but which has some limitations in vertical accuracy and may pick up tree-tops in areas with dense vegetation. Sea level rise will not be consistent globally, but will be affected by coastal bathymetry (the depth of the water offshore), local topography, and tides.
THE IMPACTS OF SEA-LEVEL RISE ON THE CALIFORNIA COAST A Paper From: California Climate Change Center Prepared By: Matthew Heberger, Heather Cooley, Pablo Herrera, Peter H. Gleick, and Eli Moore of the Pacific Institute DISCLAIMER This paper was prepared as the result of work funded by the California Energy Commission, the.
The Fourth Assessment Report (AR4) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) projected that global sea level will rise by up to ~60 cm by in response to ocean warming and glaciers melting ().However, the recently identified accelerated decline of polar ice sheet mass (2–5) raises the possibility of future sea-level rise (SLR) of 1 m or more by (6, 7).Cited by: adapt.
However, not until recent decades has sea-level rise been routinely considered in coastal zone planning, leaving pre-existing infrastructure vulnerable to erosion and flooding. Thus, this report aims to assess to damages and costs of sea-level rise around the European Union (EU) coast, focusing on a set temperature rise of 2°C rise File Size: 4MB.
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Gleick, and Eli Moore of the Pacific Institute. DISCLAIMER. This paper was prepared as the result of work funded by the California Energy Commission, the. Impact of sea level rise on building practices.
Anticipated climate changes will greatly amplify risks to coastal populations. Globally, approximately people live within 20 m of sea level and within 20 km of a coast (Small et al., ).
At this moment, a large number of coastal aquifers, especially shallow ones, already experience a severe saltwater intrusion caused by both natural as well as man-induced processes.
Coastal aquifers, which are situated within the zone of influence of mean sea level (M.S.L.), will be threatened even more by the rise in global mean sea by: UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS CLIMATE CHANGE, HUMAN SYSTEMS, AND POLICY – - Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Coastal Cities and Residential Areas - Roland P.
Paskoff ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Therefore, the present () rate of mean sea-level rise of from 1 mm y–1 to 2 mm y–1 could amplify to a speed of 4 mm y–1 in the coming Size: KB.
The present and future impacts of global climate change on human populations are unevenly distributed across the planet. As a consequence of a warming climate, sea levels are rising at a rate of more than 3 millimeters (mm) a year. Sea level rise will have increasingly serious consequences for human.
The policy insights are (1) while sea-level rise has negative and huge direct economic effects, overall effects on GDP are quite small (max % in Poland); (2) the impact of sea-level rise is not confined to the coastal zone and sea-level rise indirectly affects landlocked countries as well (Austria for instance loses % of its GDP Cited by: Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Habitats in the Chesapeake Bay Region 4 Sea-Level Rise and Coastal Habitats Description of Coastal Habitat Categories Modeled (based on U.S.
Fish & Wildlife Service National Wetlands Inventory Classes) Habitat Type Description Swamp Freshwater forested and scrub-shrub habitats without tidal influence. Sea level rise is the main driver of the changes, but intensified climate extremes along most of northern Europe can have significant local effects.
Little changes in climate extremes are shown along southern Europe, with the exception of a projected decrease along the Portuguese coast and the Gulf of Cadiz, offseting sea level rise by 20–30%.Cited by: