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New sea-level rise handbook highlights science and
models for nonscientists


from U.S. Geological Survey

Coastal managers and planners now have access to a new U.S. Geological Survey handbook that, for the first time, comprehensively describes the various models used to study and predict sea-level rise and its potential impacts on coasts. Designed for the benefit of land managers, coastal planners and policymakers in the United States and around the world, the handbook explains many of the contributing factors that account for sea-level change. It also highlights the different data, techniques and models used by scientists and engineers to document historical trends of sea level and to forecast future rates and the impact to coastal systems and communities. more


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