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   dcterms:title "Global Mean Sea Level Rise Scenarios"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "The figure shows observed (black and orange lines) and projected changes in global mean (average) sea level rise for 1800–2100. The projected changes are from six global average sea level scenarios developed for an interagency technical report.{{< tbib '9' 'c66bf5a9-a6d7-4043-ad99-db0ae6ae562c' >}} The boxes on the right show the <em>very likely</em> ranges in sea level rise by 2100 (relative to 2000) corresponding to the three different RCP scenarios. The lines above the boxes show possible increases based on the newest research of the potential contribution to sea level rise from Antarctic ice melt. Source: Ch. 2: Climate, Figure 2.3, adapted from Sweet et al. 2017.{{< tbib '9' 'c66bf5a9-a6d7-4043-ad99-db0ae6ae562c' >}} <br/><i>This figure was revised in June 2019. See Errata for details: <a href=''></a></i>"^^xsd:string;
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