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Submissions from 2017

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A Modeling Study of the Role that Bottom Topography Plays in Gulf Stream Dynamics and in Influencing the Tilt of Mean Sea Level Along the U.S. East Coast, Tal Ezer

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On the Predictability of High Water Level Along the U.S. East Coast: Can the Florida Current Measurement Be an Indicator for Flooding Caused by Remote Forcing?, Tal Ezer and Larry P. Atkinson

Submissions from 2016

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Building Resiliency in Response to Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding: Comprehensive Planning in Hampton Roads, Joshua G. Behr, Rafael Diaz, and Molly Mitchell

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Assessing the Impact of Vertical Land Motion on Twentieth Century Global Mean Sea Level Estimates, B. D. Hamlington, P. Thompson, W. C. Hammond, G. Blewitt, and R. D. Ray

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The Sea Is Rising… But Not Onto the Policy Agenda: A Multiple Streams Approach to Understanding Sea Level Rise Policies, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Katharine Neill, Burton St. John III, Ivan K. Ash, and Kaitrin Mahar

Submissions from 2015

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Detecting Changes in the Transport of the Gulf Stream and the Atlantic Overturning Circulation from Coastal Sea Level Data: The Extreme Decline in 2009-2010 and Estimated Variations for 1935-2012, Tal Ezer

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Sea Level Rise in Virginia – Causes, Effects and Response, Tal Ezer and Larry P. Atkinson

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Effects of Climate Oscillations on Wind Resource Variability in the United States, B. D. Hamlington, P. E. Hamlington, S. G. Collins, S. R. Alexander, and K.-Y. Kim

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The Effect of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation on U.S. Regional and Coastal Sea Level, B. D. Hamlington, R. R. Leben, K. -Y. Kim, R. S. Nerem, L. P. Atkinson, and P. R. Thompson

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A Southern Hemisphere Sea Level Pressure-Based Precursor for ENSO Warm and Cold Events, B. D. Hamlington, R. F. Milliff, H. Van Loon, and K.-Y. Kim

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Considerations for Estimating the 20th Century Trend in Global Mean Sea Level, B. D. Hamlington and P. R. Thompson

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Quantifying Florida Bay Habitat Suitability for Fishes and Invertebrates Under Climate Change Scenarios, Kelly A. Kearney, Mark J. Butler IV, Robert Glazer, Christopner R. Kelble, Joseph E. Serafy, and Erik Stabenau

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A Risk Assessment of the Impacts of Coastal Flooding and Sea Level Rise on the Existing and New Pump Stations 113, Norfolk, VA, David A. Pezza

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Sea Level Trends in Southeast Asian Seas, M. W. Strassburg, B. D. Hamlington, R. R. Manrung, J. Lumban-Gaol, B. Nababan, and K.-Y. Kim

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Hampton Roads Resilient Region Reality Check: Increasing Community Resilience and Capacity to Adapt to Changes, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Michelle Covi, and Burton St. John III

Submissions from 2014

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Hurricane Preparedness: Community Vulnerability and Medically Fragile Populations, Joshua G. Behr and Rafael Diaz

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Accelerated Flooding Along the U.S. East Coast: On the Impact of Sea-Level Rise, Tides, Storms, the Gulf Stream, and the North Atlantic Oscillations, Tal Ezer and Larry P. Atkinson

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The Role of Politics and Proximity in Sea Level Rise Policy Salience: A Study of Virginia Legislators’ Perceptions, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf, Burton St. John III, and Ivan K. Ash

Submissions from 2013

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Sea Level Rise and Flooding Risk in Virginia, Larry P. Atkinson, Tal Ezer, and Elizabeth Smith

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Sea Level Rise, Spatially Uneven and Temporally Unsteady: Why the U.S. East Coast, the Global Tide Gauge Record, and the Global Altimeter Data Show Different Trends, Tal Ezer

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Gulf Stream's Induced Sea Level Rise and Variability along the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Coast, Tal Ezer, Larry P. Atkinson, William B. Corlett, and Jose L. Blanco

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Contribution of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation to Global Mean Sea Level Trends, B. D. Hamlington, R. R. Leben, M. W. Strassburg, R. S. Nerem, and K-Y. Kim

Submissions from 2012

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Anthropogenic Climate Change and Allergic Diseases, James Blando, Leonard Bielory, Viann Nguyen, Rafael Diaz, and Hueiwang Anna Jeng

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Analysis of Relative Sea Level Variations and Trends in the Chesapeake Bay: Is There Evidence for Acceleration in Sea Level Rise?, Tal Ezer and William B. Corlett

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Is Sea Level Rise Accelerating in the Chesapeake Bay? A Demonstation of a Novel New Approach for Analyzing Sea Level Data, Tal Ezer and William Bryce Corlett

Submissions from 2011

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Reconstructing Sea Level Using Cyclostationary Empirical Orthogonal Functions, B. D. Hamlington, R. R. Leben, R. S. Nerem, W. Han, and K.-Y. Kim

Submissions from 2010

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The Role of the Alaskan Stream in Modulating the Bering Sea Climate, Tal Ezer and Lie-Yauw Oey

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Exchange Across the Shelf Break at High Southern Latitudes, J. M. Klinck and M. S. Dinniman

Submissions from 2009

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Combining Remote Sensing Data and an Inundation Model to Map Tidal Mudflat Regions and Improve Flood Predictions: A Proof of Concept Demonstration in Cook Inlet, Alaska, Tal Ezer and Hua Liu

Submissions from 2001

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Can Long-Term Variability in the Gulf Stream Transport Be Inferred From Sea Level?, Tal Ezer