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Rahmstorf et al. (Climate Dynamics, 2011)

The sea-level projections made in this paper can be downloaded here.

Each file contains the projections for one IPCC emissions scenario, namely RCP3PD, RCP4.5, RCP6.0 or RCP8.5.

Within each file you will find four projections based on calibration of the model with either of 4 sea-level data sets. You also find a column "ALL" which is the average across all versions tried in the paper as part of our sensitivity study. If you are looking for one "best estimate" from this paper, we suggest you use the "ALL" projection.

The uncertainty of each projection is given as a 5 percentile, 50 percentile (i.e. median) and 95 percentile projection value.

Download: RCP3PD, RCP4.5, RCP6.0, RCP8.5

Kemp et al. (PNAS, 2011)

The computer code and input data used in this paper can be downloaded here.

Download: Computer code and input data sets

The proxy data from this study can be downloaded from this website at the National Climate Data Center of NOAA.


Vermeer and Rahmstorf (PNAS, 2009)

The sea level projections of Vermeer and Rahmstorf (2009) are made available here.

Download: Sea level projection data file for 1990-2100

In addition, the computer code and input data used in this paper are available as Online Material from the journal PNAS.

Download: Computer code and input data sets




Rahmstorf (Science, 2007)

The matlab code for the analysis of Rahmstorf (2007) is available as Online Material from the journal Science.

Download: Sea level projection data file for 1990-2100

Download: Computer code




PISM-PIK ice sheet model code

The source code for the ice sheet model is available here.




SICOPOLIS ice sheet model code

The source code for the ice sheet model is available here.




MOM modular ocean model code

The source code for the ocean model we use is available from GFDL.


 

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