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Everything's Moving: Relative Sea Level Rise Explained
 
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Josh Kent of Louisiana State University gives a simple explanation of how sea level rise from climate change and sinking of the land both contribute to coastal changes. Video produced by the Climate.gov team in cooperation with climate and Earth scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and other agencies and institutions. Any opinions voiced by people in these videos are their own; they are not official NOAA statements or opinions. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Climate.gov video productions can be freely republished or re-purposed by others.
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Relative Sea Level Components and Accommodation Space - Geology Stratigraphy
 
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Relative Sea Level Components and Accommodation Space Geology Stratigraphy
Relative sea level change scenarios for regional Scottish coastlines: Prof William Ritchie
 
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MASTS Webinar Series: "Relative sea level change scenarios for regional Scottish coastlines" delivered by Prof William Ritchie at the Scottish Oceans Institute, St Andrews - Monday 10th August 2015
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Delta Model with Tides and Relative Sea Level Rise
 
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A Delta Model built using Delft3D with rising Relative Sea Level. uses Engelund-Hansen Transport formula, non-erodible bed in the channel, and a 10m fine sediment layer elsewhere. Morphology factor of 50. first 30 days have inflow and tides, after that, just tidal processes effecting delta morphology.
Views: 555 Ryan Lee Waldron
New dyke against (relative) sea level rise: Jakarta, Indonesia (I)
 
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View of Pluit district in Jakarta, Indonesia. The video shows the construction of a new seawall, as Jakarta is having to deal with land subsidence of 20cm per year (some of the highest in the world, which can be used as a proxy to study the effects of sea level rise on cities)
Coastal Area Affected by relative sea level rise in Jakarta (due to land subsidence)
 
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Coastal Areas in Jakarta have experienced relative sea level rise (of up to 5m) due to land subsidence caused by groundwater extraction. As a result the area faces many difficulties, with ports being very close to sea level and the population living behind thin concrete walls
New dyke against (relative) sea level rise: Jakarta, Indonesia (III)
 
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View of Pluit district in Jakarta, Indonesia. The video shows the construction of a new seawall, as Jakarta is having to deal with land subsidence of 20cm per year (some of the highest in the world, which can be used as a proxy to study the effects of sea level rise on cities)
TUTORIAL ARCHICAD - Relative Levels NU
 
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Video Tutorial ArchiCAD - Beginner - Intermediate - Advance
New dyke against (relative) sea level rise: Jakarta, Indonesia (II)
 
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View of Pluit district in Jakarta, Indonesia. The video shows the construction of a new seawall, as Jakarta is having to deal with land subsidence of 20cm per year (some of the highest in the world, which can be used as a proxy to study the effects of sea level rise on cities)
Holocene changes in climate and relative sea-level by Ines Tavernier.mov
 
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Holocene changes in climate and relative sea-level in the Lützow-Holm Bay region, East Antarctica By Ines Tavernier Abstract #1278 to be presented at the IPY Montreal Conference FrostBytes -- 'Soundbytes of Cool Research' is a concept developed by the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS: http://www.apecs.is) to share interesting information about the Polar Regions. These 30-60 second audio or video recordings are designed to help researchers easily share their latest findings to a broad audience.
Views: 1085 IPY2012Conference
How does relative sea level adjust as land mass is redistributed?
 
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How does relative sea level* adjust as land (water/ice) mass is redistributed? *relative sea level = sea surface height relative to the bedrock Physics: Earth is treated as a self-gravitating, elastically-compressible, rotating planet. Data: GRACE gravity solutions [https://grace.jpl.nasa.gov/] Model: SESAW module of ISSM [https://issm.jpl.nasa.gov/] References: Adhikari et al.: 2016, GMD [https://goo.gl/GDV3qS] Adhikari & Ivins: 2016, Science Advances [https://goo.gl/amt548]
Views: 35 Surendra Adhikari
The sea level is ah rising
 
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Praewpairin brought me here to see the new tide level . She is an environmental hero , planted mangrove's where the rising sea has taken square miles of land on the coast of Thailand , she works for the farmers co-op and does volunteer work regularly . She took me to a coral mountain about a 6 hour drive inland and a few hundred feet above sea level . Sea level rise is a growing concern amongst the Thai people.
Views: 21 Anthony W Mitchell
Halifax, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 30 m relative to CGVD28 - North End Peninsula view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model of Halifax, Nova Scotia to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model of the HRM. For more information, please see our website at www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. 2.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan, had the eye landed less than a few hours later at high high water large tide (HHWLT) 3.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering a conservative estimate of 1 m local sea level rise in 100 years 7.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering an extreme estimate of 5 m local sea level rise in 100 years 15 m CGVD28 - Moderate tsunami 30 m CGVD28 - Large tsunami MacDonald, C., Webster, T. 2016. Flood Risk Analysis of the Halifax Harbor to Support Evacuation Modeling. Technical Report, Applied Geomatics Research Group, NSCC Middleton, NS. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 416 NSCC - AGRG
Mangrove Sedimentation and Response to Relative Sea-Level Rise: Visual Abstract
 
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A visual abstract for the 2016 review by C.D. Woodroffe, K. Rogers, K.L. McKee, C.E. Lovelock, I.A. Mendelssohn, and N. Saintilan, "Mangrove Sedimentation and Response to Relative Sea-Level Rise," from the Annual Review of Marine Science: http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-marine-122414-034025?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=ma.woodroffe&utm_campaign=suppvideo
What Is Meant By The Term Relative Sea Level?
 
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Delta (TDB-15-1-S2) experiencing large magnitude, short period relative sea level cycles
 
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Video of laboratory experiment documenting evolution of channelized delta experiencing large magnitude and short period relative sea level perturbations. While relative sea level is changing the experiment had constant feed rates of input water and cohesive sediment and a long term sea level rise trend that mimics subsidence. Experiment shares identical boundary conditions as TDB-12, except for the relative sea level cycles. Digital video was collected from camera above the basin. Images were taken every 15 minutes with input water dyed to aid identification of flow field. Colored sediment represents coarsest 10% of input sediment distribution.
Glaciation and Sea Level Change
 
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Glaciation and Sea Level Change Dr. Michael Wilson, Geology Department, Douglas College "When we are working along the West Coast, we have of course the interplay between the land and the ocean. Basically, we talk about sea level a lot and people probably wonder how it is that sea levels go up and down and what are the factors involved. First of all, we have to think about glaciation – the relationship between glaciation and the oceans. At the time of maximum glaciation, there is an extraordinary amount of water that is actually stored in the glaciers and that water has to be derived from somewhere. The water comes from the oceans, so there is a corresponding drop in ocean level that agrees with the timing of glaciation. We see this interplay going on, of course, throughout the Pleistocene repeatedly. Whenever there is a glaciation, sea levels are lower. The maximum drop of sea level in the last glaciation was probably on the order of 130 meters. So we are talking about a major drop in sea level here. So let’s categorize some things here. First of all, when we are talking about worldwide changes in sea level, we call that eustatic changes. There have been these eustatic changes in sea level. No problem there - it’s a very straightforward phenomenon. When ice was present, however, in the Lower Mainland for example, or along the rest of the British Columbia coast, the mass of that ice also has to be considered. The ice weighed a lot. If you’ve ever picked up a bucket of water you realize that water is pretty heavy, actually. Despite the fact that it is made of just hydrogen and oxygen, a bucket of water is still pretty heavy. And so the mass of the ice sheets themselves (we had ice here perhaps two kilometers thick) the mass of the ice sheets in the Lower Mainland would have caused the land to be depressed. And so that’s another phenomenon we’ve got, relating to buoyancy, I guess, is the best thing to relate it to in your mind. If we add mass to this region we see the depression of the land downward. Now that’s called isostatic depression. So there’s eustatic change and also isostatic change. Now think of the relationships here – we’re getting complicated. The ocean levels have gone down, but because there is ice present, the land levels have also gone down. And it’s the interplay between the two that might give us some very complicated relationships in terms of local apparent sea level, or relative sea level. The actual position of a beach, then, could be a very complicated matter, in terms of its interpretation. If the land was depressed when the ice advanced and brought mass to this area then, you can imagine too that when the ice retreated the land started to rebound. So these factors make the study of relative sea levels a very complicated issue. But wait – there’s more! In the British Columbia area, we also have some very complicated tectonic settings. That’s a third geological factor that we have to think about. Tectonism is basically mountain-building or deformation processes, such as folding and faulting. In our region we do have a lot of evidence for folding and faulting. And tectonic changes, instead of just causing regional ups and downs, might cause areas to tilt. Some areas get uplifted more in one area and down dropped in another area. That means that as the land is going up and down or rebounding it is also being rotated in response to these tectonic forces. So we’ve got a third factor, and there is a fourth factor. The ice itself actually influences the local gravitational forces in an area. Of course, land masses influence gravitational forces – ice masses also do that. And so the ice masses would be exerting a gravitational force upon the nearby water. And that might be a factor in modifying the water level a little bit, too."
Aptian parasequence formation as an indicator of relative sea level changes
 
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This study covers five Early Cretaceous stratigraphic sections from southern Croatia located on the islands of Korcula, Hvar, Mljet, and the Peljesac Penninsula. The observed succession was deposited on the Adriatic Platform in the Tethys Ocean from 125 ma to 112 ma, resulting in a variable thickness of exposed carbonate rocks from ~30 m to ~77 m. Three depositional facies assemblages are identified within the sections: subtidal, intertidal-supratidal, and subaerial exposure. The subtidal facies are composed of thin to massive bedded bioclastic peloidal lime mudstones to grainstones containing rudist bivalves, benthic forams Palorbitolina lenticularis and Preachrysalidina infractetacea, calcareous alga Salpingoporella dinarica, and microencruster Bacinella irregularis. The intertidal to supratidal facies are thin to thick beds of planar and microbial laminites consisting of alternating layers of lime mudstone and peloidal wacke-packstone. Subaerial exposure facies are thin to thick beds of breccias and residual clay. The vertical succession of these facies shows repeated shallowing-upward parasequence packaging. The hierarchy of facies and lateral distribution of the parasequences indicate that relative sea level changes were the dominant depositional process with minor local progradation of shallow facies. The parasequence architecture indicates an Early Aptian high relative sea level generally coincident with the global Ocean Anoxic Event 1a. The early Late Aptian parasequences show relatively low sea level causing repeated subaerial exposure across the majority of the sections. The limited fossil record, periods of erosion, and amalgamation of parasequences in subtidal facies all inhibit high resolution correlation of the observed sea level changes to global events.
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Delta (TDB-14-1) experiencing large magnitude, long period relative sea level cycles
 
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Video of laboratory experiment documenting evolution of channelized delta experiencing large magnitude and long period relative sea level perturbations. While relative sea level is changing the experiment had constant feed rates of input water and cohesive sediment and a long term sea level rise trend that mimics subsidence. Experiment shares identical boundary conditions as TDB-12, except for the relative sea level cycles. Digital video was collected from camera above the basin. Images were taken every 15 minutes with input water dyed to aid identification of flow field. Colored sediment represents coarsest 10% of input sediment distribution.
Signals of Relative Sea Level perturbations by Kyle Straub
 
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Signals of Relative Sea Level perturbations by Kyle Straub
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Hypsometry Meaning
 
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Video shows what hypsometry means. The measurement of elevation relative to sea level. Hypsometry Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say hypsometry. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Decision Maker's Toolbox: Viewing Sea Level Rise
 
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Developed by the NOAA Coastal Services Center, the sea level rise viewer offers access to data and information about the risks of sea level rise, storm surge, and flooding along the coastal United States. The Web-based map has the potential to help business owners and community planners build (or rebuild) in a more resilient way. https://coast.noaa.gov/digitalcoast/tools/slr.html Video produced by the Climate.gov team in cooperation with climate and Earth scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and other agencies and institutions. Any opinions voiced by people in these videos are their own; they are not official NOAA statements or opinions. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Climate.gov video productions can be freely republished or re-purposed by others.
Views: 26201 NOAAClimate
Halifax, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 30 m relative to CGVD28 - Downtown Halifax view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model of Halifax, Nova Scotia to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model of the HRM. For more information, please see our website at www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. 2.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan, had the eye landed less than a few hours later at high high water large tide (HHWLT) 3.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering a conservative estimate of 1 m local sea level rise in 100 years 7.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering an extreme estimate of 5 m local sea level rise in 100 years 15 m CGVD28 - Moderate tsunami 30 m CGVD28 - Large tsunami MacDonald, C., Webster, T. 2016. Flood Risk Analysis of the Halifax Harbor to Support Evacuation Modeling. Technical Report, Applied Geomatics Research Group, NSCC Middleton, NS. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 3252 NSCC - AGRG
Halifax, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 30 m relative to CGVD28 - South End Peninsula view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model of Halifax, Nova Scotia to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model of the HRM. For more information, please see our website at www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. 2.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan, had the eye landed less than a few hours later at high high water large tide (HHWLT) 3.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering a conservative estimate of 1 m local sea level rise in 100 years 7.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering an extreme estimate of 5 m local sea level rise in 100 years 15 m CGVD28 - Moderate tsunami 30 m CGVD28 - Large tsunami MacDonald, C., Webster, T. 2016. Flood Risk Analysis of the Halifax Harbor to Support Evacuation Modeling. Technical Report, Applied Geomatics Research Group, NSCC Middleton, NS. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 297 NSCC - AGRG
The Ocean is Way Deeper Than You Think
 
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The Ocean is a deep and scary world that is completely removed from most of our lives. In this video I explore just how deep the ocean actually is while discussing some of the strange life down there... and other just plain weird and odd things about the ocean. Feel free to leave any comments and share what you found interesting, or anything else you think that I should have added! Music is by Ross Bugden, seriously, his channel is great. Song used is called "Something Wicked" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zuw_O5MU5CE Link to Ross's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQKGLOK2FqmVgVwYferltKQ Please Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2dB7VTO Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealLifeLore/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealLifeLore1 Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/RealLifeLore/ Videos explaining things. Mostly over topics like history, geography, economics and science. We believe that the world is a wonderfully fascinating place, and you can find wonder anywhere you look. That is what our videos attempt to convey. Currently, we try our best to release one video every two weeks. Bear with us :) Business Email: [email protected]
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Delta (TDB-15-1-S1) experiencing small magnitude, long period relative sea level cycles
 
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Video of laboratory experiment documenting evolution of channelized delta experiencing small magnitude and long period relative sea level perturbations. While relative sea level is changing the experiment had constant feed rates of input water and cohesive sediment and a long term sea level rise trend that mimics subsidence. Experiment shares identical boundary conditions as TDB-12, except for the relative sea level cycles. Digital video was collected from camera above the basin. Images were taken every 15 minutes with input water dyed to aid identification of flow field. Colored sediment represents coarsest 10% of input sediment distribution.
Delta (TDB-14-2-S2) experiencing small magnitude, short period relative sea level cycles
 
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Video of laboratory experiment documenting evolution of channelized delta experiencing small magnitude and short period relative sea level perturbations. While relative sea level is changing the experiment had constant feed rates of input water and cohesive sediment and a long term sea level rise trend that mimics subsidence. Experiment shares identical boundary conditions as TDB-12, except for the relative sea level cycles. Digital video was collected from camera above the basin. Images were taken every 15 minutes with input water dyed to aid identification of flow field. Colored sediment represents coarsest 10% of input sediment distribution.
News Telecon: Sea Level Science
 
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Original air date: Aug. 26 at 9:30 a.m. PT (12:30 p.m. ET, 1630 UTC) NASA hosted a media teleconference to discuss recent insights on sea level rise and the continuing challenge of predicting how fast and how much sea level will rise. The panelists for this briefing were: -- Michael Freilich, director of NASA's Earth Science Division at the agency's headquarters in Washington -- Steve Nerem, lead for NASA's Sea Level Change Team at the University of Colorado at Boulder -- Josh Willis, oceanographer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California -- Eric Rignot, glaciologist at the University of California, Irvine and JPL
Sea Level Change during Glaciation
 
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Sea Level Change During Glaciation Peter Locher, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University "There was quite a variety of sea level changes that happened during the last glacial maximum and at the end of the ice age. In some areas, for example on the west coast of Vancouver Island, and in Haida Gwaii (or the Queen Charlotte Islands) sea levels were actually much lower than they are today. In other areas, like the Lower Mainland, sea levels were much higher than they are today. So, for example, the sea levels out at Haida Gwaii were up to 150 meters lower than they are today, while they are at the same time, up to 200 meters higher here in the inner coast on the Lower Mainland. There are several reasons for this. One reason is that global sea levels were very different at that time because of the water that was locked in the ice sheets that covered all of Canada and northern Europe. The sea levels during the height of the glaciation were up to 130 meters lower across the whole globe and, when the ice started to melt, of course those sea levels would slowly rise again. Another thing that happened during the ice age is isostatic depression or uplift, as we call it. This is caused by ice masses, which are very big in some areas, (in Vancouver they were two to two and a half kilometers thick). These ice masses basically press the crust of the earth and the mantle below the crust. The mantle is kind of a plastic viscous material that can be depressed so, in the area around here, the mantle was probably depressed two to three hundred meters. This means that, even though the global sea levels were lower, in this area the relative sea levels were higher because the whole Lower Mainland was depressed by two hundred to three hundred meters and it was just in front of the big ice field. So that explains why we have such a difference in sea levels on the coast here. There is a third effect that also comes in here, that's called the forebulge effect. So again, because the mantle and crust underneath the continental ice is depressed, we have the material in the mantle kind of pushed outwards, towards the edge of the ice margin and the ice margin was of course just right here, in the Lower Mainland and the Vancouver Island area. So that means that while the crust and the mantle was depressed in the inner coast, all the material was pushed out towards the outer coast, so the outer coast was actually uplifted at the same time as the inner coast was depressed. That even increased the difference in sea levels between the outer coast and the inner coast. And, of course, after the ice retreated, those forces would balance themselves out so we would have the crust rising again, and we would have isostatic uplift on the inner coast or Lower Mainland here, and we would have isostatic falling of the area in the outer coast or a collapse of the forebulge, you could call it as well."
Sea Level Rise explained in 1970
 
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A discussion of sea level, what it is, how it is determined and factors that influence sea level at various locations on the Earth. How level is sea level? By Shelton, John S; Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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What Is The Definition Of Sea Level Rise?
 
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Delta (TDB-14-2-S1) experiencing moderately large magnitude, short period relative sea level cycles
 
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Video of laboratory experiment documenting evolution of channelized delta experiencing moderately large magnitude and short period relative sea level perturbations. While relative sea level is changing the experiment had constant feed rates of input water and cohesive sediment and a long term sea level rise trend that mimics subsidence. Experiment shares identical boundary conditions as TDB-12, except for the relative sea level cycles. Digital video was collected from camera above the basin. Images were taken every 15 minutes with input water dyed to aid identification of flow field. Colored sediment represents coarsest 10% of input sediment distribution.
Charlottetown, PEI flood model - 0 to 10 m relative to CGVD28 - planometric view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model. For more information, please see our website at http://www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 33 NSCC - AGRG
Raised Sea Caves
 
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Raised Sea Caves Dr. Brent Ward, Department of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University "My research centres around the stratigraphic and paleoenvironmental record that can be preserved in what we call raised sea caves. Sea caves form along open coastlines by wave action, where waves preferentially erode certain portions of the cliffs that occur along the coast. So, many sea caves are presently forming along Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlotte Islands. If these sea caves formed when relative sea level was considerably higher than present, then they have the potential to preserve sediments that pre-date the last glaciation. The key principal behind raised sea caves and the stratigraphic record preserved in it is that these caves are openings that are occupied by animals that live in the area. During glaciation the mouth of the cave is covered by the ice and what this does is form a small lake underneath the ice sheet which allows the deposition of finegrained laminated sediments that basically seal in or preserve any bones or organic matter that was on the floor of the cave before the ice covered the cave. Then as long as the cave does not fall below relative sea level after that and be washed out by wave action, if we excavate through the laminated clays we can find records of plants and animals that lived in the area before the ice covered it."
Sinking Sea Ports: How Will Sea Level Rise Affect Florida's Port Infrastructure?
 
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Presentation for University of Florida Climate Change Course
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Halifax, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 30 m relative to CGVD28 - Halifax Peninsula
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model of Halifax, Nova Scotia to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model of the HRM. For more information, please see our website at www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. 2.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan, had the eye landed less than a few hours later at high high water large tide (HHWLT) 3.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering a conservative estimate of 1 m local sea level rise in 100 years 7.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering an extreme estimate of 5 m local sea level rise in 100 years 15 m CGVD28 - Moderate tsunami 30 m CGVD28 - Large tsunami MacDonald, C., Webster, T. 2016. Flood Risk Analysis of the Halifax Harbor to Support Evacuation Modeling. Technical Report, Applied Geomatics Research Group, NSCC Middleton, NS. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
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Relative speed of sound in solids, liquids, and gases | Physics | Khan Academy
 
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Sounds travels at different speeds in different media. Created by David SantoPietro. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/mechanical-waves-and-sound/sound-topic/v/mach-numbers?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=physics Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/mechanical-waves-and-sound/sound-topic/v/speed-of-sound?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=physics Physics on Khan Academy: Physics is the study of the basic principles that govern the physical world around us. We'll start by looking at motion itself. Then, we'll learn about forces, momentum, energy, and other concepts in lots of different physical situations. To get the most out of physics, you'll need a solid understanding of algebra and a basic understanding of trigonometry. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Physics channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0oGarQW2lE5PxhGoQAKV7Q?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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Andrea D. Hawkes, University of North Carolina Wilmington - Part I
 
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8000 Years of Relative Sea-Level Rise in Florida
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Martha's Vineyard in 2106
 
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Animations shows flooding that would result from the effects of global warming on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. This is based on a 100-year coastal storm surge with sea level rise of 0.60 meters (approximately 2 feet). Higher relative sea level will add to the base elevation of any storm surge, giving it more power to overtop both natural and constructed protection.
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Relative Humidity in Hindi सापेक्षिक आर्द्रता
 
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This Video will explain you meaning of Relative Humidity in Simple Hindi
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Ground Zero for Sea Level Rise
 
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Up to 1,200 trucks a day travel in and out of Port Fourchon by way of the LA-1 highway, carrying supplies and materials for rigs and platforms in the Gulf. Keeping the highway above water is a challenge for engineers. Henri Boulet of the LA-1 Coalition and Tim Osborn of NOAA's Office of Coastal Survey explain how engineers use climate data, specifically sea level rise projections, to anticipate impacts and to keep the oil industry in business in Port Fourchon. Video produced by the Climate.gov team in cooperation with climate and Earth scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and other agencies and institutions. Any opinions voiced by people in these videos are their own; they are not official NOAA statements or opinions. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Climate.gov video productions can be freely republished or re-purposed by others.
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Sea level Meaning
 
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Video shows what sea level means. The nominal height of the surface of the oceans above which heights of geographical features and aircraft flight levels are measured.. sea level synonyms: mean sea level, MSL. Sea level Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say sea level. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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Boston in 2106
 
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Animation shows flooding that would result from the effects of global warming in Boston, Massachusetts. This is based on a 100-year coastal storm surge with sea level rise of 0.60 meters (approximately 2 feet). Higher relative sea level will add to the base elevation of any storm surge, giving it more power to overtop both natural and constructed protection.
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Halifax, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 30 m relative to CGVD28 - Armdale Rotary view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model of Halifax, Nova Scotia to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model of the HRM. For more information, please see our website at www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. 2.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan, had the eye landed less than a few hours later at high high water large tide (HHWLT) 3.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering a conservative estimate of 1 m local sea level rise in 100 years 7.9 m CGVD28 - Hurricane Juan in 100 years, considering an extreme estimate of 5 m local sea level rise in 100 years 15 m CGVD28 - Moderate tsunami 30 m CGVD28 - Large tsunami MacDonald, C., Webster, T. 2016. Flood Risk Analysis of the Halifax Harbor to Support Evacuation Modeling. Technical Report, Applied Geomatics Research Group, NSCC Middleton, NS. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 596 NSCC - AGRG
Charlottetown, PEI flood model - 0 to 10 m relative to CGVD28 - prespective view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model. For more information, please see our website at http://www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 85 NSCC - AGRG
Stratford, PEI flood model - 0 to 10 m relative to CGVD28 - planometric view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model. For more information, please see our website at http://www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 19 NSCC - AGRG
Sea level rise is so much more than melting ice
 
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While researching climate change, we heard something confusing: the sea level in New York City is rising about one and a half times faster than the global average. We couldn’t figure out what that meant. Isn’t the sea level...flat? So we called up an expert and went down the rabbit hole. And, we did our best to visualize her truly bizarre answers with animations, dioramas, and a lot of melting ice. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2FqJZMl Like Verge Science on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2hoSukO Follow on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2Kr29B9 Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com Community guidelines: http://bit.ly/2D0hlAv Subscribe to Verge on YouTube for explainers, product reviews, technology news, and more: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs
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Melting Ice Shelves Drive Rapid Antarctic Sea Level Rise
 
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A study of almost 20 years' worth of satellite images shows Antarctic sea levels are on the rise as ice shelves continue to melt. Follow Sebastian Martinez: http://www.twitter.com/sebastiansings See more at http://www.newsy.com Sources: Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/retreating-snow-cover-exposes-barren-rock-near-cape-folger-news-photo/79734141 Discovery http://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/frozen-planet/videos/antarctica-from-the-air.htm Nature http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/ngeo2230.html BBC http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-29012501 Deutsche Welle http://www.dw.de/antarctic-melt-could-raise-sea-levels-faster/a-17854404 ABC Australia http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-07-07/giant-antarctic-ice-shelves-could-melt-faster-than-expected/5579678 Bloomberg http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-08-13/antarctic-melt-may-lift-sea-level-faster-in-threat-to-megacities.html Image via: Getty Images / Torsten Blackwood http://gettyimages.com
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Wolfville, Nova Scotia flood model - 0 to 10 m relative to CGVD28 - planometric view
 
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The Nova Scotia Community College's Applied Geomatics Research Group has developed a flood model to simulate flooding from various causes, such as storm surges and sea level rise. The flooding seen in the video are numerous flood layers generated using an AGRG proprietary tool that raises flood water on a flat plane (known as "still-water") to inundate low areas that are hydraulically connected to the coast as described in Webster et. al. (2006). The flood levels were generated from a high resolution LiDAR digital elevation model. For more information, please see our website at http://www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca. Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E., and Roberts, D. (2006). Flood-risk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise using lidar for southeast New Brunswick. Can. J. Remote Sens. 32, 194–211.
Views: 51 NSCC - AGRG

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