Sea-level Rise. John Church, Neil White, John Hunter, Kathleen McInnes, Peter Cowell
and Siobhan O'Farrell. Chapter 12 (p191-209) of Transitions: Pathways Towards
Sustainable Urban Development in Australia. CSIRO Publishing/Springer, 2008. Edited by
Peter Newton. ISBN 9780643094192
Articles, briefings etc
Braganza, Karl & John Church 2011. Observations of the Global and Australian Climate. In Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia. Helen Cleugh, Mark Stafford Smith, Michael Battaglia and Paul Graham (Editors). CSIRO Publishing (Melbourne).
Australian Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO, 2011. Climate Change in the Pacific: Scientific Assessment and New Research. Volume 1: Regional Overview (ISBN: 9781921826733 (pbk.) ISBN: 9781921826740 (ebook)).
Australian Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO, 2011. Climate Change in the Pacific: Scientific Assessment and New Research. Volume 2: Country Reports. (ISBN: 9780643107137 (pbk.: Vol. 2) ISBN: 9780643107144 (ebook: Vol. 2))
S. Power, K. Hennessy, G. Cambers, J. Rischbieth, S. Baldwin, Jo Brown, D. Collins, R. Colman, D. Irving, J. Katzfey, P. Kokic, B. Murphy, D. Abbs, Jaclyn Brown, J. Church, F. Delage, A. Sen Gupta, D. Jones, S. McGree, M. Hopkins, A. Moise, S. Perkins, A. Schiller, B. Tilbrook, X. Zhang (Pacific Climate Change Science Program), M. Vaiimene, D. Maihia, N. Bates (Cook Islands), T. Terencio, F. Moniz, S. da Silva (East Timor), D. Aranug, J. Berdon, E. Skilling (Federated States of Micronesia), A. Waqaicelua, A. Daphne, B. Prakash, V. Vuniyayawa, R. Kumar (Fiji), U. Toorua, T. Tetabo, R. Abeta, N. Teuatabo (Kiribati), R. White, L. Jacklick, N. Lobwij (Marshall Islands), A. Kaierua, F. Teimitsi, D. Audoa (Nauru), R. Misiepo, A. Misikea, F. Pihigia Talagi (Niue), M. Ngemaes, D. Ngirengkoi, G. Sisior (Palau), K, Inape, M. Virobo (Papua New Guinea), F. Lagomauitumua, S. K. Seuseu , T. Faasaoina (Samoa), D. Hiriasia, L. Tahani (Solomon Islands), O. Fa'anunu, M. Lakai (Tonga), H. Vavae, K. Epu (Tuvalu), S. Kaniaha, P. Malsale (Vanuatu), on behalf of all PCCSP staff and others who contributed to the report or its production. Climate Change in the Pacific: Scientific Assessment and New Research. CLIVAR Exchanges, 17 (no 58), 37-39.
John Hunter, Ian Allison and Tessa Jakszewicz (2012), ACE CRC Report Card on Sea-Level Rise
CLICK HERE to download the PDF of this document (2.3MB).
Church, J.A., J.M. Gregory, N.J. White, S.M. Platten and J.X. Mitrovica (2011), Understanding and Projecting Sea
Level Change. Oceanography (Journal of The Oceanography Society), 24(2), 130-143, doi:10.5670/oceanog.2011.33.
The full article is available at The Oceanography Society's web site.
Note that this issue is a special issue on sea level with a number of interesting articles!
Hemer, M., X. Wang, R. Weisse and the COWCLIP team (2011), The WCRP/JCOMM Supported Coordinate Ocean Wave Climate Projections
(COWCLIP) workshop: Post-workshop white-paper. JCOMM-TR-55, WMO/TD-No. 1581, WCRP Report No. 22/2011.
Hemer, M. (2011), Coordinated Ocean Wave Climate Projections (COWCLIP). JCOMM Newsletter Issue No. 9, May 2011.
Greenslade, D.A., M.A Hemer, G. Symonds and P. Craig (2010), Wind Waves Research in Australia.
Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 32(4), Oct 2010.
Church, John A., Neil J. White, John R. Hunter and Kurt Lambeck (2008), Briefing: A post-IPCC AR4 on sea-level rise.
For Department of Climate Change, 20pp.
CLICK HERE to download the PDF of this document (4MB).
Church, John A., Robert Nicholls, John E. Hay and Vivien Gornitz (2007), Ice and Sea-level Change, in
Global Outlook for Ice and Snow, Ed. Joan Eamer, United Nations Environment Programme, 235pp
Church, John A., Global sea levels: Past present and Future (2007), Roger Revelle Lecture, IOC Annual Report.
Sea Change Threatened by Climate Change. Australasian Science, Vol 27, no 10, November/December 2006, pp19-22
A 20th Century Increase in the Rate of sea level Rise - a Challenge for coastal Managers. Presented at Coast to Coast 2006, Melbourne, May 2006.
Sea level rise and the frequency of extreme event around the Australian coastline.
Presented at Coast to Coast 2004, Hobart, March 2004.