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Sea Level Changes: Determination and Effects

Vol. 69, 1992

ISSN: 0065-8448; ISBN: 0-87590-460-2

Sea Level Changes: Determination and Effects

P. L. Woodworth, D. T. Pugh, J. G. DeRonde, R. G. Warrick, and J. Hannah (Eds.)

The measurement of sea level is of fundamental importance to a wide range of research in climatology, oceanography, geology and geodesy. This volume attempts to cover many aspects of the field.
The volume opens with a description by Bolduc and Murty of one of the products stemming from the development of tide gauge networks in the northern and tropical Atlantic. This work is relevant to the growth of the Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS), the main goal of which is to provide the world with an efficient, coherent sea level monitoring system for océanographie and climatological research. The subsequent four papers present results from the analysis of existing tide gauge data, including those datasets available from the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level and the TOGA Sea Level Center. Two of the four, by Wroblewski and by Pasaric and Orlic, are concerned with European sea level changes, while Yu Jiye et al. discuss inter‐annual changes in the Pacific, and Wang Baocan et al. describe variability in the Changjiang estuary in China. The papers by El‐ Abd and A wad, on Red Sea levels, are the only contributions to the volume from the large research community of geologists concerned with sea level changes.

Citation: Woodworth, P. L., D. T. Pugh, J. G. DeRonde, R. G. Warrick, and J. Hannah (Eds.) (1992), Sea Level Changes: Determination and Effects, Geophys. Monogr. Ser., vol. 69, 196 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GM069.

Moritz, Helmut


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Woodworth, P.L.; Pugh, D.T.; De Ronde, J.G.; Warrick, R.G.; Hannah, J.


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Bolduc, P. A.; Murty, T. S.

Monthly mean sea level anomalies for the North and tropical Atlantic Ocean

pp. 1-22

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Wróblewski, Andrzej

The application of EOF in determining basin mean sea level using computations for the Baltic as an example

pp. 23-28

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Pasarić, Miroslava; Orlić, Mirko

Response of the Adriatic sea level to the planetary-scale atmospheric forcing

pp. 29-39

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Yu, Jiye; Chen, Shangji; Fang, Xinhua

The low-frequency fluctuating pattern of monthly mean sea level in the tropical Pacific and the correlation between it and El Nino

pp. 41-49

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Baocan, Wang; Jian, Shen; Shenliang, Chen

Analysis of Seasonal Variations in Sea Level Along the Changjiang Estuary, China

pp. 51-56

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El-Abd, Yakout; Awad, Morad

Sea level changes in Sharm Abhur Red Sea Coast of Saudi Arabia, as Revealed from Seismic Stratigraphy

pp. 57-63

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El-Abd, Yakout; Awad, Morad

Effect of sea level changes on the Quaternary emergent reef limestone near Sharm Abhur as revealed from geoelectrical soundings

pp. 65-69

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Orford, J. D.; Hinton, A. C.; Carter, R. W. G.; Jennings, S. C.

A tidal link between sea-level rise and coastal response of a gravel-dominated barrier in Nova Scotia

pp. 71-79

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Frihy, Omran E.

Beach response to sea level rise along the Nile Delta Coast of Egypt

pp. 81-85

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Godfrey, J. S.; Love, G.

Assessment of sealevel rise, specific to the South Asian and Australian situations

pp. 87-94

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Harangozo, S. A.

Flooding in the Maldives and its implications for the global sea level rise debate

pp. 95-99

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Hein, Günter W.; Blomenhofer, Helmut; Landau, Herbert; Taveira, Eduarda

Measuring sea level changes using GPS in buoys

pp. 101-105

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Andersen, Niels

The hydrostatic levellings in Denmark

pp. 107-111

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Boulanger, Yu. D.; Bogdanov, V. J.; Kaliazin, V. E.; Troshkov, G. A.

A description of the sea level and geodynamic complex at Shepelevo (Russia, Baltic Sea, Bay of Finland)

pp. 113-116

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Park, Young-Hyang; Saint-Guily, Bernard

Sea level variability in the Crozet-Kerguelen-Amsterdam area from bottom pressure and Geosat altimetry

pp. 117-131

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Tokmakian, R.; Challenor, P. G.

Sea level variations in the northeast Atlantic from GEOSAT

pp. 133-143

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Maul, George A.; Hansen, Donald V.; Bravo, Nicolas J.

A note on sea level variability at Clipperton Island from GEOSAT and in-situ observations

pp. 145-154

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Koblinsky, C. J.; Nerem, R. S.; Williamson, R. G.; Klosko, S. M.

Global scale variations in sea surface topography determined from satellite altimetry

pp. 155-165

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Tapley, B. D.; Shum, C. K.; Ries, J. C.; Suter, R.; Schutz, B. E.

Monitoring of changes in global mean sea level using Geosat altimeter

pp. 167-180

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Haines, Bruce; Born, George; Koblinsky, Chester

An estimate of decadal changes in sea surface topography from Seasat and Geosat altimetry

pp. 181-187

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Müller, Tilman; Groten, Erwin

Accuracy estimation of mean sea level determination in the Baltic Sea using a combined model

pp. 189-196

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