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November 14, 2018
New technologies developed over the past 25 years have enabled great strides in monitoring global sea level, revealing information that is useful for understanding the phenomenon and predicting its evolution.
Source: National Academy of Engineering

October 29, 2018
In the Mediterranean region, there are numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites in low-lying coastal areas that will increasingly be at risk by storm surges and coastal erosion due to sea-level rise.
Source: ScienceDaily

October 29, 2018
A media summary of the OSTST 2018
Source: Digital Journal

August 20, 2018
Ice sheets, glaciers, and ice caps have contributed significant sea-level rise (SLR) throughout the 20th century, with a noticeable acceleration in the early 21st century.
Source: Science Advances

August 20, 2018
Sea level rise and atolls: Mid-21st century flooding.
Source: Science Advances

June 06, 2018
A patch of high sea level is slowly traveling eastward through the tropical Pacific Ocean along the equator. Known as a downwelling Kelvin wave, this type of signal is often a precursor to an El Niño event.
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

February 13, 2018
The rate of global sea level rise has been accelerating in recent decades, rather than increasing steadily, according to a new study based on 25 years of NASA and European satellite data.
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

January 17, 2018
Celebrating two years of valuable OST measurements for science and society
Source: Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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