Table 1.

Estimated annual amplitudes, phases (indicating day of maximum), trends, and accelerations of the different contributions to global mean sea level in the period 2002–2014

ContributionAnnualTrendAccelerationrms
A, mmta, doymm/ymm/y2post., mm
Gr + An + Gl1.3 (± 0.36)281 (± 17)1.37 (± 0.09)0.03 (± 0.019)0.9
 Antarctica0.3 (± 0.18)83 (± 32)0.26 (± 0.04)0.01 (± 0.009)0.6
 Greenland0.5 (± 0.07)285 (± 8)0.73 (± 0.02)0.02 (± 0.004)0.3
 Glaciers1.2 (± 0.25)276 (± 14)0.38 (± 0.07)0.6
Hydrology11.0 (± 0.98)270 (± 6)−0.29 (± 0.26)1.9
Steric4.6 (± 0.71)51 (± 9)1.38 (± 0.16)1.7
Other3.3 (± 1.03)82 (± 20)0.22 (± 0.26)2.0
Total6.1 (± 2.20)303 (± 22)2.74 (± 0.58)2.7
Steric (Ishii, 1,500m)3.6 (± 0.76)87 (± 12)0.66 (± 0.17)1.2
 Thermo3.4 (± 1.08)94 (± 18)0.59 (± 0.25)1.1
 Halo0.4 (± 0.30)18 (± 42)0.07 (± 0.07)1.1
Steric (ORAS4)3.6 (± 0.38)80 (± 6)0.94 (± 0.08)1.2
 Thermo3.2 (± 0.44)78 (± 8)1.43 (± 0.09)1.0
 Halo3.7 (± 0.28)79 (± 4)−0.53 (± 0.05)0.9
  • The estimate from Ishii and Kimoto (20) only contains data up to Dec. 2012. Accelerations are only estimated when significant (1-σ). The last column denotes the rms of the residuals. doy, day of year.