sea level book
Understanding Sea-level Rise and Variability
released in September 2010.
It is based on the World Climate Research Programme workshop on Understanding Sea-Level Rise and Variability held in Paris in 2006.
It can be pre-ordered from Wiley-Blackwell.
Chapter titles are:
2 Impacts of and Responses to Sea-Level Rise.
3 A First-Order Assessment of the Impact of Long-Term Trends in Extreme Sea Levels on Offshore Structures and Coastal Refineries.
4 Paleoenvironmental Records, Geophysical Modeling, and Reconstruction of Sea-Level Trends and Variability on Centennial and Longer Timescales.
5 Modern Sea-Level-Change Estimates.
6 Ocean Temperature and Salinity Contributions to Global and Regional Sea-Level Change.
7 Cryospheric Contributions to Sea-level Rise and Variability.
8 Terrestrial Water-Storage Contributions to Sea-Level Rise and Variability.
9 Geodetic Observations and Global Reference Frame Contributions to Understanding Sea-Level Rise and Variability.
10 Surface Mass Loading on a Dynamic Earth: Complexity and Contamination in the Geodetic Analysis of Global Sea-Level Trends.
11 Past and Future Changes in Extreme Sea Levels and Waves.
12 Observing Systems Needed to Address Sea-level Rise and Variability.
13 Sea-level Rise and Variability: Synthesis and Outlook for the Future.
Ocean Circulation and Climate
, 2nd Edition
A 21st century perspective
Editor(s) : Siedler & Griffies & Gould & Church
Release Date: 01 Nov 2013
Imprint:Academic PressPrint Book
eBook ISBN :9780123918536
Provides an up-to-date summary of the state of the science relating to the role of the oceans in the physical climate system