Articles | Volume 8, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/ascmo-8-117-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/ascmo-8-117-2022
02 Jun 2022
 | 02 Jun 2022

Analysis of the evolution of parametric drivers of high-end sea-level hazards

Alana Hough and Tony E. Wong

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We use machine learning to assess how different geophysical uncertainties relate to the severity of future sea-level rise. We show how the contributions to coastal hazard from different sea-level processes evolve over time and find that near-term sea-level hazards are driven by thermal expansion and the melting of glaciers and ice caps, while long-term hazards are driven by ice loss from the major ice sheets.