Sea Level Futures Presentations

 

Tuesday 3 July 2018

 

 

       

08:35

Welcome

Doug Mair

 

08:45

Introduction from PSMSL

Lesley Rickards

 

09:00

Keynote

Begoña Pérez Gómez

Challenges of present day tide gauge observing systems

09:30

Talk

Mike Osborne

Reasons to combine operational and long-term measurements of sea level

09:50

Talk

Nigel Penna

Measuring sea surface height with a GNSS Wave Glider

10:10

Talk

Chris Banks

Out of the Freezer: Scientific Altimetry Studies using CryoSat-2 in the Global Ocean

11:30

Keynote

Richard Greatbatch

Interannual sea level variability in the tropical Pacific from 1961-2014  derived using a multi-mode linear model system

12:00

Talk

Anthony Wise

Connecting the open ocean and coastal sea level along western boundaries, why bathymetry matters.

12:20

Talk

Jorge Zavala-Hidalgo

Reviewing the seasonal sea level variability of the Gulf of Mexico

12:40

Talk

Chris Hughes

The global coastal mean dynamic topography from tide gauges

14:00

Keynote

Benoit Meyssignac

Climate model simulations of the 20th century sea-level changes compared to observations.

14:30

Talk

Mohammad Hadi Bordbar

Contribution of internal variability to the dynamic sea level changes in the tropical Pacific during the recent decades

14:50

Talk

Miguel Esteban

How to adapt to sea level rise: Lessons from cities and islands experiencing land subsidence

16:00

Talk

Sam Royston

Steric sea-level trends in the Argo epoch: First results from an integrated, spatial sea-level budget assessment

16:20

Talk

Jennifer Hornsby

Coastal Flood Boundary update 2018

16:40

Talk

Jeremy Rohmer

Addressing ambiguity in probabilistic assessments of future marine flooding using possibility distributions

17:00

Keynote

Jérôme Benveniste

ESA's Earth Observation in Support of the Marine Environment

       

 

Wednesday 4 July 2018

 

 

       

09:00

Keynote

Anny Cazenave

The 25-yr-long sea level record from satellite altimetry:  Lessons learned, remaining gaps, new scientific questions

09:30

Talk

Jonathan Bamber

The land ice contribution to sea level during the satellite era

09:50

Talk

Gary Mitchum

Coastal versus Open Ocean Sea Level Trends – A Revisit

10:10

Talk

Francisco Calafat

Coherent modulation of the sea-level annual cycle in the United States by Atlantic Rossby waves

11:30

Keynote

Sönke Dangendorf

Progress in reconstructing global and regional sea level changes

12:00

Talk

Maialen Irazoqui Apecechea

Global modelling of future extreme sea-levels using a high-resolution Global Tide and Surge Model

12:20

Talk

Gerard McCarthy

Vulnerability of Dublin Bay to Extreme High Water Levels

12:40

Talk

Thomas Prime

Relocatable storm surge forecasting for predicting extreme sea levels in coastal areas

14:00

Keynote

Stefano Vignudelli

Coastal Sea level monitoring using satellite radar altimetry: a decade of progress and beyond

14:30

Discussion

Chair Kevin Horsburgh

 

16:00

Talk

Ivan Haigh

Projecting sea-level rise changes out to 2300  for Paris Agreement commitments

16:20

Talk

Ma. Laurice Preciado Jamero

In-situ adaptation can enable relocation

16:40

Talk

Alexandra Toimil

A probabilistic framework for the assessment of coastal impacts

17:00

Keynote

Mark Merrifield

Subseasonal to seasonal forecasts of coastal sea level

17:30

Closing remarks

Sveta Jevrejeva