|2010-10-19 00:38:48||90-130 cm sea level rise by 2100 under A1B (Grinsted, Moore, Jevrejeva)|
They fit an empirical model to observations of the past, check it against recent sea level rise and use it to project future sea levels, expecting 90-130 cm under A1B.
As a reminder, A1B ain't the hottest the IPCC expect, it ends up about 1 C cooler than A1F1 by 2100.
Another one to add to the list then...
A great article, |
Another nail in the coffin of the original hockey stick i'm afraid
|Huh?, so places such as the Netherlands were under water 800 years ago?. Maybe, I need to sit down and read it, rather than skim. I was looking at their reconstruction of the last 2000 years.|