|Address||Aoba 468-1, Aoba, Senda, Miyagi, 980-0845, JAPAN|
The data include future (2081-2100) national beach loss area and beach loss rates projected based on the present (1986-2005) beach area by Bruun's rule for sea level rises of RCP 2.6, 4.5, 6.0, and 8.5 scenarios (IPCC, 2013). There are predictions for two resolutions: 77 zones divided based on the Coast Act and 886 zones divided into about 10 km of shoreline extension.
|Temporal Characteristics||Average of whole period|
|North bound latitude||46|
|West bound longitude||122|
|South bound latitude||23|
|Keyword Type||Keyword||Keyword thesaurus Name|
|theme||Climate Indicators > Atmospheric/Ocean Indicators > Sea Level Rise > Erosion||GCMD_science|
|theme||Erosion (reefs, sandbars), Sea Level =sea surface height||GEO_COP|
|place||Asia > Eastern Asia > Japan||Country|
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[For 77 zones data] Projections of future beach loss in Japan due to sea-level rise and uncertainties in projected beach loss, Coastal Engineering Journal (2017), 59(2), 1740006, Udo, K. and Y. Takeda.
[For 886 zones data] Effect of Spatial Resolution on Nationwide Projection of Future Beach Loss Rate in Japan, Journal of Coastal Research (2020), 95(sp1), 1310-1314, Takeda, Y. and K. Udo.