Does the mid-Atlantic United States sea level acceleration hot spot reflect ocean dynamic variability?

@inproceedings{Kopp2013DoesTM,
  title={Does the mid-Atlantic United States sea level acceleration hot spot reflect ocean dynamic variability?},
  author={Robert E. Kopp},
  year={2013}
}
[1] To test a hypothesized faster-than-global sea level acceleration along the mid-Atlantic United States, I construct a Gaussian process model that decomposes tide gauge data into short-term variability and longer-term trends, and into globally coherent, regionally coherent, and local components. While tide gauge records indicate a faster-than-global increase in the rate of mid-Atlantic U.S. sea level rise beginning ∼1975, this acceleration could reflect either the start of a long-term trend… CONTINUE READING

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