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Climate change, sea level rise and coastal landslides

Climate change, sea level rise and coastal landslides
Climate change, sea level rise and coastal landslides

A long term rise in sea level due to thermal expansion as warm surface water conducts its heat to lower levels is now inevitable. To this can be added an additional rise from melting ice with the quantity dependent on the economic scenario. The paper outlines the consequences of this rise over the next few hundred years for different categories of coastal landslides.

Coastal recession, Landslides, Sea level rise, Slope stability
415-418
Springer International Publishing
Barton, Max
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Lollino, G.
Manconi, A.
Clague, J.
Shan, W.
Chiarle, M.
Barton, Max
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Lollino, G.
Manconi, A.
Clague, J.
Shan, W.
Chiarle, M.

Barton, Max (2015) Climate change, sea level rise and coastal landslides. In, Lollino, G., Manconi, A., Clague, J., Shan, W. and Chiarle, M. (eds.) Engineering Geology for Society and Territory - Volume 1: Climate Change and Engineering Geology. Cham. Springer International Publishing, pp. 415-418. (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09300-0_79).

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Abstract

A long term rise in sea level due to thermal expansion as warm surface water conducts its heat to lower levels is now inevitable. To this can be added an additional rise from melting ice with the quantity dependent on the economic scenario. The paper outlines the consequences of this rise over the next few hundred years for different categories of coastal landslides.

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e-pub ahead of print date: 24 August 2014
Published date: 1 January 2015
Keywords: Coastal recession, Landslides, Sea level rise, Slope stability

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Local EPrints ID: 427709
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/427709
PURE UUID: f2278b0f-5d1b-470b-8fe1-fb37d71feda2

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Date deposited: 25 Jan 2019 17:30
Last modified: 25 Jan 2019 17:30

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Author: Max Barton
Editor: G. Lollino
Editor: A. Manconi
Editor: J. Clague
Editor: W. Shan
Editor: M. Chiarle

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