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Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports

Old 26th Jan 2021, 00:05
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Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports

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Old 26th Jan 2021, 07:30
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Very interesting article!!
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Old 26th Jan 2021, 08:35
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Time to bring back float planes it seems.
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And yet the official Tide Tables continue to be based on the same datum! Strange that.
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Old 27th Jan 2021, 13:36
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Only talking of a few cms a year - its the long term before they need to worry about tides - which are often more influenced by the ewwther inteh short term.

Bit like changing runway heading information - you won't do until you really need to
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