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A key question for future climate change prediction is the sensitivity of ongoing sea-level rise to increases in temperature. Peak Quaternary temperatures and sea levels were similar to modern (or meters higher) with some interglacials slightly cooler and others significantly warmer so that the paleo data set covers the range of temperature increases and sea level increases suggested for the next century. We will aim to define how we may place empirical constraints on sea-level rise over the next century using paleodata.

 

Empirical constraints on future sea-level rise

Bern, 25-29 August 2008


(a University of Bern/PAGES/IMAGES event)

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Mark Siddall, Thomas Stocker, Bill Thompson,

Claire Waelbroeck

this is a small, focused workshop with attendance by invitation

siddall (AT) ldeo.columbia.edu

Thomas Stocker, University of Bern