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Publications

The Sea Level Solutions Center works across several disciplines and with multiple partners to publish hard-hitting and important research about sea level rise and climate change impacts locally, nationally and globally.

 

  • 2018
    1. Vassigh, Shahin. "Complexity of Sustainable and Resilient Building Design and Urban Development." Sustainability and Social Responsibility of Accountability Reporting Systems. Springer, Singapore, 2018. 65-79.

  • 2017
    1. Meeder and Parkinson. 2017. Southeast Saline Everglades Transgressive Sedimentation in Response to Historical Acceleration in Sea Level Rise: a Viable Marker for the Base of the Anthropocene? Journal of Coastal Research. DOI: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-17-00031.1
    2. Turner, R., Kearney, M, and Parkinson, R., 2017. The Tipping Point Rate of Sea Level Rise for Delta Survival. Journal of Coastal Research. DOI: 10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-17-00068.1
    3. Michael C Sukop, PhD; Martina Rogers; Greg Guannel, PhD; Johnna M Infanti, PhD; Katherine Hagemann, MS High Temporal Resolution Modeling of the Impact of Rain, Tides, and Sea Level Rise on Water Table Flooding in the Arch Creek Basin, Miami-Dade County Florida USA. Science of the Total Environment (In press)
    4. Jeffrey Czajkowski, Vic Engel, Chris Martinez, Ali Mirchi, DavidWatkins, Michael C. Sukop, Joseph D. Hughes. Economic impacts of urban flooding in South Florida: Potential consequences of managing groundwater to prevent salt water intrusion.Science of the Total (IN press)
    5. Troxler, T., F. Leone, J. Fourqurean, J. Trexler, S. Sauls, D. Doebler, L. Rodriguez, D. Schoenwald, C. Quaresma-Sharp, C. Allouch. 2017. Inaugural Biscayne Bay Marine Health Summit Report. Florida International University, Miami, Florida. Download the BBMHS report here.
    6. Paustian-Underdahl, S., C. Parra, R. Mesia, A. Papadopoulos, N. Scanlon, T. Troxler. 2017. Getting Ahead of the Curve for a Resilient Economy: Risks and Opportunities of Climate Change for Top Business Sectors in Southeast Florida. Florida International University, Miami, Florida. Download the Risks and Opportunities report here.
  • 2016
    1. Parkinson et al., in press. Correspondence regarding Kirwan, M. L., Temmerman, S., Skeehan, E. E., 1 Guntenspergen, G. R., & Fagherazzi, S. (2016). Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise. Nature Climate Change, 6(3):253-2601.