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Sea Level: Rise and Fall – Slowing Down to Speed Up

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We estimate a quadratic model of climate-driven global mean sea level (GMSL) change based on the satellite altimetry record (1993–2020), including a rigorous assessment of the errors in the quadratic coefficients.

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