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Response of storm-related extreme sea level along the US Atlantic Coast to combined weather and climate forcing
Storm surge and coastal flooding caused by tropical cyclones (hurricanes) and extratropical cyclones (nor'easters) pose a threat to communities along the Atlantic coast of the United States. Climate change and sea level rise are altering the statistics of these extreme events in a rather complex fashion. Here it is used a fully-coupled global weather/climate...
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