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Proceedings of the 5th Asian-Pacific Symposium on Structural Reliability and its Applications
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DOI: 10.3850/978-981-07-2219-7 P296
This paper proposes a framework termed Probabilistic Sea-Level Rise Hazard Analysis (PSLRHA), to integrate the sea-level rise knowledge of current climate change scientific communities for informed engineering and policy decisions that affect coastal infrastructure, populations, and ecosystems. PSLRHA combines probabilities of all emission scenarios with predictions of the resulting sea-level rise over time, in order to compute sea-level rise hazard. PSLRHA also incorporates uncertainties in those sea-level rise predictions, by considering multiple Sea-Level Rise Prediction Models (SLRPMs). The output of the PSLRHA framework could be a Global Sea-Level Rise Hazard Map (GSLRHM) that can be used for Performance- Based Sea-Level Rise Engineering (PBSLRE).
Lin, Ting, "Probabilistic Sea-Level Rise Hazard Analysis" (2013). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 117.