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Figure 12.5National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
William V. Sweet
This figure appears in chapter 12 of the Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I report.
(a) Tidal floods (days per year) exceeding NOAA thresholds for minor impacts at 28 NOAA tide gauges through 2015. (b) Historical exceedances (orange), future projections through 2100 based upon the continuation of the historical trend (blue), and future projections under median RCP2.6, 4.5 and 8.5 conditions, for two of the locations—Charleston, SC and San Francisco, CA. (c) Water level heights above average highest tide associated with a local 5-year recurrence probability, and (d) the future decade when the 5-year event becomes a 0.2-year (5 or more times per year) event under the Interagency Intermediate scenario; black dots imply that a 5-year to 0.2-year frequency change does not unfold by 2200 under the Intermediate scenario. (Figure source: (a) adapted from Sweet and Marra 2016,048006a1-a72d-44a1-bdab-fff317c842f7 (b) adapted from Sweet and Park 2014,91aeffdb-e82f-4645-abe9-f6ea6909e979 (c) and (d) Sweet et al. 2017c66bf5a9-a6d7-4043-ad99-db0ae6ae562c).
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This figure was created on October 06, 2017.
This figure was submitted on October 13, 2017.
- State of U.S. Nuisance Tidal Flooding. Supplement to State of the Climate: National Overview for May 2016 (048006a1)
- From the extreme to the mean: Acceleration and tipping points of coastal inundation from sea level rise (91aeffdb)
- Global and Regional Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the United States (c66bf5a9)
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