Monday, October 4, 2021

Seaports With Sea Level Change - 18

From the book

I. Introduction

This series contains updated seaport links replacing older ones that were faulty. 

The 'faulty' part shows up in links to ports where the port authority hires a firm to do their website.

Some port authorities in some countries do not keep a close enough eye on their webmasters, so problems arise (e.g. hackers).

I have cleaned the problem up, but if any problems show up let me know and I will continue the cleanup.

Additionally, the PSMSL updated their data as of September 27, 2021, so we have some new tide gauge station data to add to the mix.

II. Appendix Menu

The appendices are linked-to in the following table in the same configuration as they were in some previous posts of this series:

(HTML) Single
Coastline Countries
(HTML) Multi
Coastline Countries
Coastline Graphs
Appendix: A-CAppendix: A-CAppendix: A-C
Appendix: D-GAppendix: D-GAppendix: D-G
Appendix: H-LAppendix: H-LAppendix: H-L
Appendix: M-OAppendix: M-OAppendix: M-O
Appendix: P-TAppendix: P-TAppendix: P-T
Appendix: U-ZAppendix: U-ZAppendix: U-Z

III. Purpose

The purpose of this series is to place a focus on the seaports of our modern civilization, and the dangers that global warming induced climate change presents (Seaports With Sea Level Change, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17).

That focus is, in terms of sea level change (SLC), generally focused on the changes taking place in the ice covered areas of the planet (the Cryosphere).

But the specific focus is on the subsurface impact that warming seawater is having on the tidewater glaciers of the world (Call for Emergency Action - 2). 

IV. Closing Comments

The appendices are HTML tables and graphs of sea level change.

The HTML Tables contain port, tide gauge, and sea level change data based on PSMSL Sea Coast ID and WOD Zone.

Links to port and tide gauge information are provided.

The previous post in this series is here.



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