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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Scientific evidence is critical to underpin the decisions associated with shoreline management, to build climate resilient communities and infrastructure. We explore the role of waves, storm surges and sea level rise for the Caribbean region with a focus on coastal impacts in the eastern Caribbean islands. We simulate past extreme events and a worst-case scenario, modelling the storm surges and waves, suggesting a storm surge might reachdoi:10.5194/nhess-2020-46 fatcat:r52jdqrmkjbcnjvnr2osbinb6y