The rate of sea-level rise

@inproceedings{Cazenave2014TheRO,
  title={The rate of sea-level rise},
  author={Anny Cazenave and H. Dieng and Beno{\^i}t Meyssignac and Karina von Schuckmann and Etienne Berthier},
  year={2014}
}
atesinterannualnatural variability in sea level from the longer-term change probably related to anthropogenic global warming. The most prominent signature in the global mean sea level interannual variability is caused by El Nino‐Southern Oscillation, through its impact on the global water cycle 13‐16 . We find that when correcting for interannual variability, the past decade’s slowdown of the global mean sea level disappears, leading to a similar rate of sea-levelrise(of3.3 0.4mmyr 1… CONTINUE READING

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