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The NASA Sea Level Change Team met in Pasadena to present new findings on the latest sea level research and outline the next steps in their ongoing projects.
NASA Team Sharpens Vision for Future Sea Level Research
The NASA Sea Level Change Team collaborates with PEERS organization on making sea level science more applicable.
NASA Team Partners with Global Group to Prepare Coastal Communities for Rising Seas
Sea level science team reveals complex, interlocking causes behind "nuisance" flooding events.
NASA Project Shows Hidden Factors Shape Minor Coastal Floods
Floating sea ice seems to have a small effect on sea level.
Melting Ocean Ice Affects Sea Level – Unlike Ice Cubes in a Glass
Kelvin waves, a potential precursor of El Niño conditions in the ocean, are rolling across the equatorial Pacific toward the coast of South America.
International Sea Level Satellite Spots Early Signs of El Niño
A look into the causes and effects of accelerating sea level rise unique to the Southeast Coast.
Why Seas are Rising Faster on the Southeast Coast