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Supplementary tables for Disappearing Cities on US Coasts

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posted on 2023-12-11, 21:51 authored by Leonard OhenhenLeonard Ohenhen, Manoochehr ShirzaeiManoochehr Shirzaei, Chandrakanta Ojha, Sonam Futi SherpaSonam Futi Sherpa

This dataset contains supporting materials supporting "Disappearing Cities on US coasts".

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University Libraries, Virginia Tech

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Leonard Ohenhen

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ohleonard@vt.edu

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The file has 26 spreadsheets containing supplementary tables for "Disappearing Cities on US Coasts." The first sheet (Table Description) contains the table headings for the entire spreadsheet. Descriptions for supplementary tables: Table S1: Total population, properties, and home value for U.S. cities. Table S2: Modeled exposed area, population, properties, and home value for cities on the US Atlantic Coast by 2050. Table S3: Modeled exposed area, population, properties, and home value for cities on the U.S. Gulf Coast by 2050. Table S4: Modeled exposed area, population, properties, and home value for cities on the US Pacific Coast by 2050. Table S5: Contribution of vertical land motion (VLM) and relative sea level rise (SLR) for U.S. Atlantic coast. Table S6: Contribution of vertical land motion (VLM) and relative sea level rise (SLR) for U.S. Gulf coast. Table S7: Contribution of vertical land motion (VLM) and relative sea level rise (SLR) for U.S. Pacific coast. Table S8: Comparison of InSAR and IPCC-derived exposure for U.S. Atlantic coast. Table S9: Comparison of InSAR and IPCC-derived exposure for U.S. Gulf coast. Table S10: Comparison of InSAR and IPCC-derived exposure for U.S. Pacific coast. Table S11: Comparison of InSAR and IPCC vertical land motion (VLM) rates (mm per year) for 32 cities across the U.S. coast. Table S12: Comparison of InSAR and IPCC vertical land motion (VLM) rates (mm per year) at tide gauge stations across the U.S. coast. Table S13: Total population versus exposed population by 2050 for different racial demographics on the U.S. Atlantic Coast. Table S14: Total population versus exposed population by 2050 for different racial demographics on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Table S15: Total population versus exposed population by 2050 for different racial demographics on the U.S. Pacific Coast. Table S16: Distribution of the total properties value versus the value of exposed properties by 2050 for cities on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Table S17: Distribution of the total properties value versus the value of exposed properties by 2050 for cities on the U.S. Gulf coast. Table S18: Distribution of the total properties value versus the value of exposed properties by 2050 for cities on the U.S. Pacific coast. Table S19: Distribution of levees for the thirty-two cities across the US Coast. Table S20: Influence of flood control structures on exposure by 2050 for the U.S. Atlantic Coast. Table S21: Influence of flood control structures on exposure by 2050 for the U.S. Gulf Coast. Table S22: Influence of flood control structures on exposure by 2050 for the U.S. Pacific Coast. Table S23: Synthetic Aperture Radar datasets. Table S24: Coastal elevation, sea level projections, and high-tide estimates data summary for the US coastal cities. MHW indicates mean high water in meters (NAVD88). Table S25: Property Value (US$) of different Zip Codes for cities on the U.S. coasts.

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