Special Seminar: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation

07/18/2016 - 2:30pm

DATE: July 18, Monday, 2:30 p.m.

(& chalk talk 7/19 in NH101 at 10:30am)

LOCATION: Nierenberg Hall 101 
SPEAKER: Robert Kopp, PhD, Rutgers University

TITLE: Assessing the risks of sea-level rise

ABSTRACT: Sea-level rise is a major challenge posed by climate change, threatening the ~380 million people who live within six meters of the coasts. This talk will explore (1) the physical factors driving sea-level change, (2) insights into sea-level sensitivity to global mean temperature gleaned through statistical modeling of the geological record of past sea-level change, (3) the challenges of projection future sea-level change and managing coastal risk under deep uncertainty.
Faculty Host:  Falk Feddersen (falk@coast.ucsd.edu)
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Nierenberg Hall 101