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Figure Increase in the frequency of flooding events under projected sea level rise
This map shows the multiplication factor (shown at tide gauge locations by colored dots), by which the frequency of flooding events of a given height is projected to increase between 2010 and 2100 as a result of regional sea level rise under the RCP4.5 scenario.
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Daviz Visualization Observed change in global mean sea level
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Figure Trend in absolute sea level in European Seas based on satellite measurements (1992–2013)
Trend in absolute sea level in European Seas based on satellite measurements (1992–2013)
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Figure Trend in relative sea level at selected European tide gauge stations
The map shows the trend in relative sea level at selected European tide gauge stations since 1970. These measured trends are not corrected for local land movement. No attempt has been made to assess the validity of any individual fit, so results should not be treated as suitable for use in planning or policymaking. Geographical coverage reflects the reporting of tide gauge measurements to the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL).
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Figure Projected change in relative sea level
The map shows the projected change in relative sea level in 2081-2100 compared to 1986-2005 for the medium-low emission scenario RCP4.5 based on an ensemble of CMIP5 climate models. Projections consider land movement due to glacial isostatic adjustment but not land subsidence due to human activities. No projections are available for the Black Sea.
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Figure Octet Stream Projections for global mean sea level rise and its contributions
Projections for global mean sea level rise and its contributions in 2081–2100 relative to 1986–2005 from process-based models for the four representative concentration pathways (RCPs) and emisions scenario SRES A1B used in the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report. The grey boxes show the median of the model projections (central bar) as well as the likely range, which comprises two thirds of the model projections. The coloured bars and boxes show estimates for the different contributions to global sea-level rise. For further information, see the source document.
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Figure Troff document Contributions to global mean sea level budget
Global mean sea level budget (in mm per year) over different time intervals in the past from observations and from model-based contributions. Uncertainty intervals denote the 5 to 95% range. The modelled thermal expansion and glacier contributions are computed from the CMIP5 results. The land water contribution is due to anthropogenic intervention only, not including climate-related fluctuations. Further information is available in the source document.
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Figure Octet Stream Observed change in global mean sea level
The figure shows the global mean sea level from 1860 to 2009 as estimated from coastal and island sea-level data (1880 – 2009, blue) and from satellite altimeter data (1993 – 2009, grey).
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Figure Contributions to the sea level budget since 1972
Table showing the yearly contributions to the sea level budget
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Figure Trend in absolute sea level across Europe based on satellite measurements (1992–2011)
Based on satellite data; trends in mm/year, inverted barometer included, seasonal signal removed
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