File(s) under embargo
Reason: Sea level curve is innovative and currently also under use in other manuscripts.
until file(s) become available
Spatio-Temporal Relative Sea Level Curve (RSL)
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).
Relative sea level stand below present in meter.
The spatial resolution of the dataset is 0.2 degrees (WGS84).
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.
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.
description: Relative sea level map per 500 yr BP.