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Projects Tagged sea level

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Correlation of borehole and seismic data in the Gulf of Alaska at Sites U1417, U1418, U1420 and U142 9/29/13 1/31/15 Pacific Ocean ; Gulf of Alaska ; Offshore, Alaska
Development of a Self-Consistent Model for Spatial and Temporal Variation of Sea Level Integrating Data on Cryospheric Mass Change, Ocean Dynamics, and Solid-Earth Loading 1/28/11 1/27/15 Global
Earth's Climate History, Ice Sheets, and Sea Level Over Last Four Million Years 8/15/11 8/31/12 Global
FESD Type 1: Pliocene Maximum Sea Level (PLIOMAX): Dynamic Ice Sheet-Earth Response in a Warmer World 9/1/11 8/31/18 Global
FESD Type: VOICE: Volcano, Ocean, Ice, and Carbon Experiments 10/1/13 9/30/19 Global ; Juan de Fuca Ridge
Formation Micro-Scanner (FMS) images from carbonate drift sequences in the Maldives Inner Sea, IODP Expedition 359: Electrofacies analysis and astrochronology 5/1/16 4/30/18 Indian Ocean ; Maldives Inner Sea ; Offshore, Maldives archipelago
Forward and Inverse Modeling the Neogene Evolution of the NJ Continental Margin Based on Results from IODP EXP 313 4/23/10 10/3/12 Atlantic Ocean ; New Jersey ; United States
History of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet Since the Mid-Miocene: New Evidence from Provenance of Ice-rafted Debris 7/15/10 6/30/14 Antarctica
Integration of Ocean and Earth Dynamics of Measurement and Prediction of Sea-Level Change 7/20/11 7/19/12 Global
Tectonics in the Western Anatolian Extensional Province from sequence stratigraphic modeling of multichannel seismic data in the Gulf of Kusadasi 3/15/16 2/28/19 Europe ; Mediterranean ; Gulf of Kusadasi
Ventilation History of the Sulu Sea: Record of Abrupt Changes in the Tropical Western Pacific Thermocline 8/15/17 7/31/19 Pacific Ocean ; Sulu Sea Basin ; Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Wireline Log-Based Stratigraphy along a Shelf-Slope Transect in the Canterbury Basin, New Zealand 1/4/10 11/3/12 Pacific Ocean ; Canterbury Basin ; Offshore, South Island of New Zealand
CRISP Type 1: Protecting Coastal Infrastructure in a Changing Climate by Integrating Optimization Modeling and Stakeholder Observations 9/1/17 8/31/20 North America ; New York ; New York City, NY