HomeAboutActivitiesMapsPhotosPublicationsNews
 
Home >> Global Outlook for Ice and Snow >> Estimates of people flooded in coastal areas in the 2080s as a result of sea-level rise ...
File type Download Size Language
.jpg .jpg Download 144 kb -
Uploaded on Monday 27 Feb 2012 by GRID-Arendal

Estimates of people flooded in coastal areas in the 2080s as a result of sea-level rise and for given socio-economic scenarios and protection responses

Year: 2007 Author: Hugo Ahlenius, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Description:
The lines represent IPCC Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) based on different world views. The differences in impacts between the SRES scenarios for the same amount of sea-level rise and protection response reflect differences in exposure (population) and ability to adapt (wealth). The solid lines represent a level of 'constant' (no additional) protection response. The dashed and dotted lines represent the addition of protection response to different degrees.
Views: 636     Downloads: 136     Rating: 3
Mean snow-cover extent in the Northern Hemisphere 1966-2006
Ice sheets, schematic illustration for Greenland and Antarctica
Ice avalanches of the Nevados Huascarán in Peru
Glacier changes on Nevado de Santa Isabel, Colombia
Projected reduction in snow 2080-2100
Projected winter temperature changes in the Arctic
Sea ice concentration change over the 21st century as projected by climate models
Major glacier hazard locations