Estimating global sea level variations and resulting inundation exposure
AuthorDemirci, E; Young, I
Source TitleProceedings of the 36th International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2018
PublisherAmerican Society of Civil Engineers
University of Melbourne Author/sYoung, Ian
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsDemirci, E. & Young, I. (2018). Estimating global sea level variations and resulting inundation exposure. Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2018, 36, (2018), pp.71-71. American Society of Civil Engineers. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.risk.71.
Access StatusOpen Access
Concerns about climate change highlights the needs to understand extreme sea levels and the resulting flood exposure in coastal areas on a global scale. The combined impacts of storm surge, tide, breaking wave setup and potential sea level rise will pose many economic, societal and engineering challenges in coming years. In order to predict the global coastal flood risk, a global sea level dataset of sufficiently long duration is required to undertake extreme value analysis. This presentation will outline the development and application of such a dataset.
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