1. Sea Level Rise Drowned A Vast Habitable Area Of North-Western Australia Driving Long-Term Cultural Change

    shared paper [By modelling these geographic features, the team estimates that the region could have supported a population of between 50,000 and 500,000 people.] “HIGHLIGHTS: MIS4 lowstand exposed a vast archipelago off the northwest coast of Sahul. The island environment likely enab
  2. Communicating Future Sea-Level Rise Uncertainty And Ambiguity To Assessment Users

    “Future sea-level change is characterized by both quantifiable and unquantifiable uncertainties. Effective communication of both types of uncertainty is a key challenge in translating sea-level science to inform long-term coastal planning. Scientific assessments play a key role i