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Figure text/texmacs Baltic Sea physiography (depth distribution and main currents)
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Figure Changes in global sea level 1870-2006
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Figure Projected global average sea level rise
Note: Thermal expansion and land ice changes were calculated using a simple climate model calibrated separately for each of seven air/ocean global climate models (AOGCMs)
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Figure Oil spills from tankers
Large accidental oil spills from tankers
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Figure European biogeographical regions and the regional seas
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Figure Sea-level change at different European tide-gauge stations 1896-2004
Data (mm/year) corrected with regard to postglacial land movement and gravity-field variation.
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Figure Annual sea surface temperature (SST) deviations averaged over the northern hemisphere
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Figure Projected global average sea-level rise 1990-2100
Six SRES scenarios are shown
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Figure Changes in sea surface temperature of European seas
Data show the difference between annual average temperatures and the 1982–2010 mean in different seas.
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Figure Observed and projected Arctic September sea-ice extent 1900-2100
Note: The retreat of the sea ice has been faster than predicted: Arctic September sea-ice extent from observations (thick orange line) together with the mean value (solid grey line) from 13 IPCC AR4 climate models and the variance (dotted black line) of models runs.
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