Comparisons of various sea level reconstructions and sea level from data synthesis products: 1960-2012 Mark Carson (1), Detlef Stammer (1), Armin Köhl (1), Benoit Meyssignac (2), John Church (3), Jens Schröter (4), and Manfred Wenzel (4)


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We investigate sea level trends and variability as reconstructed from tide gauge data and ocean data assimilations (ODA) over the last 60 years. Tide gauge reconstructions (TGR) are mostly based on statistical approaches using selected EOFs, or trained from variability patterns, from altimetric sea level and tide gauge data to extrapolate regional sea level evolution backward in time. Reconstructions also exist from dynamical ocean modeling approaches with and without data assimilation. We intercompare all results and provide ensemble mean and ensemble spreads to describe estimates of past regional sea level changes and their uncertainties.



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EGU General Assembly 2016, 01 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 1970, Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18,.
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Carson, M. , Stammer, D. , Köhl, A. , Meyssignac, B. , Church, J. and Schröter, J. (2016): Comparisons of various sea level reconstructions and sea level from data synthesis products: 1960-2012 Mark Carson (1), Detlef Stammer (1), Armin Köhl (1), Benoit Meyssignac (2), John Church (3), Jens Schröter (4), and Manfred Wenzel (4) , EGU General Assembly 2016, Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 18,, 2016 - unspecified .


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