AbstractIn the past decade the fast changes within the Arctic basin have become more pronounced. The Arctic amplification has an extremely wide range of global and local implications. The latter has already caused negative impact to coastal communities along the Arctic coastline, where the decreasing annual sea ice extent leaves much of the coastal water open for potential high wave attacks for a longer period of time. The study aims to investigate the use of pseudo-climate modelling approach in the Arctic by looking at meteorology, surge and waves.
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