Acceleration of U.S. Southeast and Gulf coast sea-level rise amplified by internal climate variability
Nature Communications, April 2023
Sönke Dangendorf, Noah Hendricks, Qiang Sun, John Klinck, Tal Ezer, Thomas Frederikse, Francisco M. Calafat, Thomas Wahl, Torbjörn E. Törnqvist
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