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iGlass EGU session

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CL5.11: Sea level in interglacials as a constraint on future changes

iGlass will be running a session at EGU2014. We would like to strongly encourage you to submit an abstract to our session (deadline for abstract submission: 16th January 2014)

Session details: Sea level appears to have been at a higher level than today in at least some of the recent interglacial periods. In this session, we aim to understand how the respective climate histories led to those higher sea levels, and assess how this information can help us constrain projections for future sea level over a range of timescales. Contributions will be welcome that:

  • derive sea level in any of the Quaternary interglacials, either at a single site or across the globe
  • describe or model the (polar) climates that led to higher sea levels
  • model interglacial ice sheet histories, or the respective sea levels
  • link past sea levels with future projections

The session will include work from the UK project iGLASS, but other contributions addressing the above questions will be equally welcome.

Convenors: Eric Wolff, Fiona Hibbert and Dan Lunt

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PSMSL 80th Anniversary Workshop

The Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level’s (PSMSL), an important facility responsible for the collection, publication, analysis and interpretation of sea level data from the global network of tide gauges, are holding a workshop on the 28th to 29th Oct 2013 to celebrate their 80th anniversary. Several members of the iGlass team will be attending and presenting at that workshop.

See the following link for details – http://www.psmsl.org/about_us/news/2013/workshop_2013/

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