Articles | Volume 15, issue 5
Model evaluation paper
10 Mar 2022
Model evaluation paper |  | 10 Mar 2022

IBI-CCS: a regional high-resolution model to simulate sea level in western Europe

Alisée A. Chaigneau, Guillaume Reffray, Aurore Voldoire, and Angélique Melet

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Climate-change-induced sea level rise is a major threat for coastal and low-lying regions. Projections of coastal sea level changes are thus of great interest for coastal risk assessment and have significantly developed in recent years. In this paper, the objective is to provide high-resolution (6 km) projections of sea level changes in the northeastern Atlantic region bordering western Europe. For that purpose, a regional model is used to refine existing coarse global projections.