The Earth System Science & Policy Lab addresses four interrelated questions: How has sea level changed in the past? How may sea level change in the future in response to climate forcing? How do climate and sea-level change impact the economy and human well-being? And how can climate and sea-level science more effectively support climate risk management under deep uncertainty?
The Earth System Science & Policy Lab is housed within the Rutgers Institute of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences and the Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. Key Lab collaborations and partnerships include the:
Megalopolitan Coastal Transformation Hub (MACH), Climate Impact Lab, and NASA Sea Level Change Team.
The Framework for Assessing Changes To Sea-level (FACTS), an open-source sea-level projection framework developed by the Lab, supports the integration of projections for sea-level projections including those the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sixth Assessment Report and the US Interagency Sea Level Rise Task Force.
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