AbstractIn this study, we provide a probabilistic assessment of storm surges on the basis of meteorological features of past explosive cyclones classified in the three evolution types through computational experiments. Three-dimensional ocean current computations were performed to obtain local sea-level rise along the coasts of Japan and Eurasia for cyclones observed in the past two decades. The vulnerability of local coasts and disaster risks are discussed in relation to the calculated probability of sea-level rise due to potential storm surges.
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