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striping problem prediction to 2100

Started by Matteo Convertino, August 09, 2010, 09:16:20 AM

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Matteo Convertino

Dear everyone.
In sea-level rise predictions (e.g. following the IPCC curve), SLAMM produces more ``striped maps'' more and more when reaching the end of the sea-level rise curve.
For example modeling to 2100 the maps of the coastline are like composed by many parallel stripes... that is very unrealistic (stripes separated by empty spaces)
Is this because SLAMM does not consider the parallel interaction between neighbors ?

thanks for any answer

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