The data acquired through our partnerships with Southeast Asian governmental monitoring and research institutions are part of cooperative agreements describing the data use. If you are interested in finding out more about monitoring data from the GPS networks or volcanoes please contact Dr. Paramesh Banerjee, Technical Director, for GPS data, for volcanic data.

The sea-level database (81 index points and 12 limiting data) from the Malay-Thai Peninsula reveal an upward trend of Holocene relative sea level from a minimum of -22 m at 9.7 – 9.2 ka to a

A database of relative sea-level data for the past 16 ka constrains the sea-level histories of the Pacific coast of central North America (southern British Columbia to central California).

The Holocene sea-level database for the Atlantic coast of the United States contains 492 index points, which locate the position of relative sea level (RSL) in time and space, and 344 limitin

This new global database contains 1344 sea-level index points derived from multi-proxy evidence to delimit global sea-level (GSL) trends over the past ~3000 years.

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