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Spatio-Temporal Relative Sea Level Curve (RSL)

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posted on 12.07.2022, 12:34 authored by Johannes De GroeveJohannes De Groeve, Buntarou KusumotoBuntarou Kusumoto, Erik Koene, W.D. KisslingW.D. Kissling, A.C. SeijmonsbergenA.C. Seijmonsbergen, Bert W. Hoeksema, Moriaki YasuharaMoriaki Yasuhara, Sietze Johannes Norder, Sri Yudawati Cahyarini, Alexandra van der GeerAlexandra van der Geer, Hanneke J. M. Meijer, Yasuhiro Kubota, Kenneth F Rijsdijk

DESCRIPTION:  


The spatio-temporal relative sea level curve (RSL) was developed using the software SealEveL EquatioN solver - version 4 (SELEN4; https://zenodo.org/record/3520451) (Spada et al. 2019), the global ice sheet reconstruction (ICE-5G (VM2); https://pmip2.lsce.ipsl.fr/design/ice5g/) (Peltier 2004) and DEMSRE3a (https://zenodo.org/record/1637816).


MAPPED VALUES: 


Relative sea level stand below present in meter. 


SPATIAL RESOLUTION: 


The spatial resolution of the dataset is 0.2 degrees (WGS84).


TEMPORAL RESOLUTION: 


Relative sea level for every 500 years from 0 BP to 26000 BP.  


The dataset is provided in two formats:  


1. TILED IN ASCII (RSL_tiles.zip): 


53 tiles of 10x10 degrees per folder each representing the relative sea level for a 500 yr time period.  


Directory naming: 

structure: //RSL..asc 

example: 10/010-020/RSL.005.asc 

description: Tile with relative sea level from 0 to 10 degrees latitude, and 10 to 20 degrees longitude, per 500 yr BP.  


2. MOSAIC IN TIF (RSL_mosaic.zip): 


53 global maps each presenting the relative sea level for a 500 yr time period.  


File naming: 

structure: RSL.tif 

example: RSL005.tif 

description: Relative sea level map per 500 yr BP.  




History

Retention period

15/07/2032