Temporal scaling behavior of sea-level change in Hong Kong - Multifractal temporally weighted detrended fluctuation analysis
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AbstractThe rise in global sea levels has been recognized by many scientists as an important global research issue. The process of sea-level change has demonstrated a complex scaling behavior in space and time. Large numbers of tide gauge stations have been built to measure sea-level change in the North Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, North Atlantic Ocean, and Antarctic Ocean. Extensive studies have been devoted to exploring sea-level variation in Asia concerning the Bohai Gulf (China), the Yellow Sea (China), the Mekong Delta (Thailand), and Singapore. Hong Kong, however, a mega city with a population of over 7 million situated in the mouth of the Pear River Estuary in the west and the South China Sea in the east has yet to be studied, particularly in terms of the temporal scaling behavior of sea-level change.
All Author(s) ListZhang YZ, Ge EJ
Journal nameGlobal and Planetary Change
Volume Number100
Pages362 - 370
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsHong Kong's coast; Long-range correlation; Multi-fractal scaling behavior; Sea-level rise; Time series
Web of Science Subject CategoriesGeography, Physical; GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL; Geology; Geosciences, Multidisciplinary; GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY; Physical Geography

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