Dataset Open Access
Code supporting Strauss et al. (2020) submitted to Nature Communications. If you use any original data from this archive, please cite the study as:
B. H. Strauss, P. Orton, K. Bittermann, M. K. Buchanan, D. M. Gilford, R. E. Kopp, S. Kulp, C. Massey, H. de Moel, S. Vinogradov, 2020: Economic Damages from Hurricane Sandy Attributable to Sea Level Rise Caused by Anthropogenic Climate Change. Nature Communications. (under review, Dec. 2020)
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Included are Input, Output, and Source files (compressed) used in the publication; data files are primarily in txt, csv, xlsx, and mat formats. In the absence of a MATLAB license, mat files may be read with open access software such as SciPy. Code supporting this publication may be found at https://github.com/climatecentral/cc_sandy_matlab.
Archived Data Short Descriptions:
Dangendorf, S., Hay, C., Calafat, F.M. et al. Persistent acceleration in global sea-level rise since the 1960s. Nat. Clim. Chang. 9, 705–710 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0531-8
Kopp, Robert. (2013). Does the mid-Atlantic United States sea level acceleration hot spot reflect ocean dynamic variability?. Geophysical Research Letters. 40. 10.1002/grl.50781