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A new, RISC-KIT related article is published in the Journal of Earth-Science Reviews

Under the title "Southern North Sea storm surge event of 5 December 2013: Water levels, waves and coastal impacts" the Cambridge Coastal Research Unit in collaboration with the Department of Geography of the London University provided a comprehensive analysis of the event with the highest still water levels on record at several tide gauges on the UK east coast.

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The open access paper titled "Southern North Sea storm surge event of 5 December 2013: Water levels, waves and coastal impacts" is providing a comprehensive analysis of the event with the highest still water levels on record at several tide gauges on the UK east coast. The paper was developed from the Cambridge University Coasta Research Unit, a RISC-KIT partner and the Department of Geography of the London University.

 

Table 5 in the paper includes information gathered as part of RISC_KIT. Special thanks to Anna McIvor for the development of the material.

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