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The impact of sea-level rise along the Polish Baltic coast

Jacek Andrzej Urbanski
2001 Journal of Coastal Conservation  
These methods were applied to evaluate the effects of a rise in sea-level on the coastal zone of the Puck Lagoon (Poland) over a period of 100 years.  ...  The analysis evaluated the following aspects: the threat to man-made objects such as buildings and roads; changes in the impact of the sea on the coastal environment manifested as the frequency of flooding  ...  This study was funded by the University of Gdańsk grants BW-1330-5-0019-9 and BW-1330-5-0024-8.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02742477 fatcat:4wmk7cbqgrdtpdav4gipgvte5m

Developing a Spatial Tool for Assessing Coastal Community and Identifying Infrastructure at Risk

Sultana Nasrin Baby, Colin Arrowsmith, Gang-Jun Liu, David Mitchell, Nadhir Al-Ansari, Nahala Abbas
2021 Engineering  
A recent trend of sea level shows constant rising. Sea level rise has caused a significant risk to seaside areas.  ...  This study examines the potential effect of climate change and rising sea levels on coastal regions and evaluates the susceptibility of coastal areas in Inverloch, Melbourne Australia.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/eng.2021.131004 fatcat:g55xb2bo2zgtjk6nepw56f6ecm

Potential Sea Level Rise Impacts in Acapulco Diamante, Mexico

Ramiro Salvador Gómez-Villerías, Adalberto Tejeda-Martínez, Ana Cecilia Conde Álvarez, Maximino Reyes Umaña, José Luis Rosas-Acevedo, Manuel Ignacio Ruz Vargas, Erick Alfonso Galán Castro
2022 Climate  
The potential impacts of sea level in the study region are presented using the Integrated Procedure for Estimate Sea Level Impacts (IPESLI), made up of Landsat images, official databases, and design software  ...  The sea level projections are based on the climate projections, which incorporate the possible attenuation of the ice sheet near the upper end of Antarctica.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/cli10030045 fatcat:eshsyeraqjb23hgrfbhvqvme5i

The Impact of Sea-Level Rise on Urban Properties in Tampa Due to Climate Change

Weiwei Xie, Bo Tang, Qingmin Meng
2021 Water  
However, the increasing rise in sea levels, one of the most impacts of global warming, makes coastal communities much more vulnerable to flooding than before.  ...  A corrected sea-level rise model based on satellite altimeter data is first used to predict future global mean sea levels.  ...  While it is hard to model such uncertainty, the inclusion of some simple models or assumptions would be also beneficial to understanding the impact of future sea-level rise flooding.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14010013 fatcat:bqf6ppuf6fbt7chzopjvouhooq

Harnessing Remote Sensing Derived Sea Level Rise Models to Assess Cultural Heritage Vulnerability: A Case Study from the Northwest Atlantic Ocean

Meghan C.L. Howey
2020 Sustainability  
Given sea level rise poses myriad pressing issues, entities around the globe are developing sea level rise models for various management purposes (ecology, hydrology, real estate, etc.).  ...  Combining archaeological and historic geospatial databases with LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging)-derived relative sea level rise models illuminates coastal New Hampshire's cultural heritage vulnerability  ...  Finally, I thank all of the team members and volunteers of the Great Bay Archaeological Survey (GBAS) who spend countless hours walking through the poison ivy-and tick-filled woods of coastal New Hampshire  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12229429 fatcat:suqrlbaltrezjfquix6uxgkczy

Estimating the long-term historic evolution of exposure to flooding of coastal populations

A. J. Stevens, D. Clarke, R. J. Nicholls, M. P. Wadey
2015 NHESSD  
This misses the opportunity to learn about the role of key drivers of historical changes in flood risk, such as development and population rise in the coastal flood plain and sea-level rise.  ...  The analysis shows that flood exposure changes as a result of increases in population, changes in coastal population density and sea level rise.  ...  Andrew Stevens acknowledges a University of Southampton studentship from the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council).  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhessd-3-1681-2015 fatcat:fwtnehzucjhyznrijzsu64xslu

Estimating the long-term historic evolution of exposure to flooding of coastal populations

A. J. Stevens, D. Clarke, R. J. Nicholls, M. P. Wadey
2015 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
This misses the opportunity to learn about the role of key drivers of historical changes in flood risk, such as development and population rise in the coastal flood plain, as well as sea-level rise.  ...  The analysis shows that flood exposure changes as a result of increases in population, changes in coastal population density and sea level rise.  ...  Andrew Stevens acknowledges a University of Southampton studentship from the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council).  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-15-1215-2015 fatcat:4icreczmyvee3hyd2kvsuf2pji

Assessing flood risk and detecting changes of salt water inflow in a coastal micro-tidal brackish marsh using GIS

Jacek Urbański, Agata Ślimak
2008 Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies  
The results indicate that a 40 cm sea-level rise would considerably increase the frequency of flooding in the investigated area, in part because of the small range of the annual sea level oscillations  ...  Assessing flood risk and detecting changes of salt water inflow in a coastal micro-tidal brackish marsh using GISIn order to assess changes in salt water inflow and potential flood risks due to sea level  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was funded by the University of Gdansk grant BW-1330-5-0338-5.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10009-008-0011-3 fatcat:45e4fq6mhrfvbbwui657kroqoe

Impact of sea level rise on the land cover structure in Southeast Asia

Piotr Michalak, Angelina Patsili, Olga Carmen, Carsten Keßler
2021 AGILE: GIScience Series  
Sea-level rise in Southeast Asia is a consequence of climate change that will affect almost all coastal countries in the region.  ...  All calculations have been made on the raster prepared in this way, which shows that 4.4% of South East Asia's areas are at risk of rising sea levels.  ...  Data on sea level rise have been acquired for a value of 1 meter from the Center for the Remote Sensing of ICE Sheets (Cresis, 2020) and were created on the basis of the digital elevation model and contains  ... 
doi:10.5194/agile-giss-2-36-2021 fatcat:xprl6m5rlnhnjbmpjavvcj7e2m

The scenario of sea-level rise on land and buildings affected by tidal floods in Batang Regency Central Java

Nursetiawan, Amri Firdaus, Bernahda Primadalia
2022 AIP Conference Proceedings  
This unexpected condition affects coastal areas hit by tidal floods. The paper aims to model tidal floods with 3D building visualization.  ...  The distribution of the sea-level rise from the simulation results was utilized to map the affected areas and buildings.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions of Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (UMY) for funding this research.  ... 
doi:10.1063/5.0095193 fatcat:sh77ik5auza5vmxdgagi522igq

Sea-Level Rise in Northern Germany: A GIS-Based Simulation and Visualization

Caroline Schuldt, Jochen Schiewe, Johannes Kröger
2020 KN - Journal of Cartography and Geographic Information  
The future sea-level rise caused by climate change will lead to coastal regions being flooded and ecological and socio-economic systems being disrupted.  ...  This study examines the question of how the sea-level rise in Northern Germany can be simulated on a regional level and visualized as a media map.  ...  Acknowledgements This article represents a shortened and revised version of a master's thesis (Schuldt 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42489-020-00059-8 fatcat:hololw6wgjciblg3ofve2z73pe

Geospatial modeling of the impact of sea level rise on coastal communities: application of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Abdulahad Malik, Rifaat Abdalla
2016 Modeling Earth Systems and Environment  
Sea Level Rise (SLR) above the Mean Sea Level (MSL) may pose a substantial risk to coastal regions.  ...  This research investigates the possible impact of climate change and sea level rise in coastal areas. It locally analyzes the impact of sea level rise on Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.  ...  from sea level rise.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40808-016-0199-2 fatcat:odhwrhmn6bc35h6t2rilzwc5gm

Modeling Sea-Level Rise and Surge in Low-Lying Urban Areas Using Spatial Data, Geographic Information Systems, and Animation Methods [chapter]

E. Lynn Usery, Jinmu Choi, Michael P. Finn
2009 Geospatial Techniques in Urban Hazard and Disaster Analysis  
This chapter provides details of the analysis and modeling procedure, as well as animations for specific areas of the world that are at risk from inundation from moderate rises or surges of sea level.  ...  Spatial datasets including elevation, land cover, and population of urban areas provide a basis for modeling and animating sea-level rise and surges resulting from storms and other catastrophic events.  ...  spatial models of the effects of high surges and moderate rises of sea level on human populations in areas of risk.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-2238-7_2 fatcat:7kqrp5rqcbglhlgzgwk73jiee4

Sea-Rise Flooding on Massive Dynamic Terrains

Lars Arge, Mathias Rav, Morten Revsbæk, Yujin Shin, Jungwoo Yang, Susanne Albers
2020 Scandinavian Workshop on Algorithm Theory  
In this paper we present a data structure for predicting floods from dynamic sea-level forecast data on dynamic massive terrains.  ...  By developing efficient flood prediction algorithms that use very detailed terrain models and accurate sea-level forecasts, users can plan mitigations such as flood walls and gates to minimize the damage  ...  areas. 6:2 Sea-Rise Flooding on Massive Dynamic Terrains Due to the advancement of remote sensing technology and meteorology, nowadays very detailed terrain models and accurate sea-level forecasts  ... 
doi:10.4230/lipics.swat.2020.6 dblp:conf/swat/ArgeRRSY20 fatcat:ieqywoejdrglpgv7u73riaiv7i

A spatial temporal decision framework for adaptation to sea level rise

Oz Sahin, Sherif Mohamed
2013 Environmental Modelling & Software  
Two dilemmas confront decision makers: how and when to adapt to sea level rise, due to complexities of environmental systems and the changing nature of the decision making process.  ...  The STD is based upon a combination of: System Dynamics modelling; Geographical Information Systems modelling; and multicriteria analyses of stakeholders' views using the Analytical Hierarchy Process.  ...  of Engineering.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2013.03.004 fatcat:nkzw3sllpjgpvesfcpcyzkt5fu
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