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Record number 417820
Title Exploring high-end climate change scenarios for flood protection of the Netherlands
Author(s) Vellinga, P.; Katsman, C.; Sterl, A.; Beersma, J.J.; Hazeleger, W.; Church, J.; Kopp, R.; Kroon, D.; Oppenheimer, M.; Plag, H.P.; Rahmstorf, S.; Lowe, J.; Ridley, J.; Storch, H. von; Vaughan, D.; Wal, R. van der; Weisse, R.; Kwadijk, J.; Lammersen, R.; Marinova, N.A.
Source De Bilt : KNMI (KNMI scientific report / Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute WR 2009-05)
Department(s) Alterra - Centre for Water and Climate
Meteorology and Air Quality
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2009
Keyword(s) zeespiegelschommelingen - klimaatverandering - kustgebieden - sea level fluctuations - climatic change - coastal areas
Categories Climatic Change / Water Management (General)
Abstract This international scientific assessment has been carried out at the request of the Dutch Delta Committee. The "Deltacommissie" requested that the assessment explore the high-end climate change scenarios for flood protection of the Netherlands. It is a state-of–the art scientific assessment of the upper bound values and longer term projections (for sea level rise up to 2200) of climate induced sea level rise, changing storm surge conditions and peak discharge of river Rhine. It comprises a review of recent studies, model projections and expert opinions of more than 20 leading climate scientists from different countries around the North Sea, Australia and the USA
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