Climate Change, Sea Level, Islands, and Coastal Areas

Event: Training on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management

Climate Change, Sea Level, Islands, and Coastal Areas

27 June 2016
Author / Speaker: 
Richard Jones, Met Office Hadley Centre - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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Warming raises averages sea levels from the oceans expanding as they warm and melting of land-ice. This has caused typhoons to become more extreme and for wind directions to change. This presentation tackles the effect of climate change on islands and coastal areas.

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