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UKCP09 projections - Change (m) in significant wave height by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – summer Yes
UKCP09 projections - Change (m) in significant wave height by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – winter Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in near bed temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – autumn Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in near bed temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – spring Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in near bed temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – summer Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in near bed temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – winter Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in number of days of stratification (in days) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario. Negative days mean date moves earlier. Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in sea surface temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – autumn Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in sea surface temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – spring Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in sea surface temperature (ºC) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – summer Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in start date of stratification (in days) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario. Negative days mean date moves earlier. Yes
UKCP09 Projections - Change in surface salinity (practical salinity units) by 2085, compared to 1975, medium emissions scenario – winter Yes
UKCP09 projections - Extreme water level (cm) - 2095 projection - 50-year return extreme water level above the highest astronomical tide (due to storm surge + medium emissions relative sea level rise) Yes
UKCP09 projections - Extreme water level (cm) - 2095 projection - 50-year return extreme water level above the highest astronomical tide (due to storm surge + worst case relative sea level rise Yes
UKCP09 projections - Extreme water level (cm) - Present day baseline – 50-year return extreme water level above the highest astronomical tide (due to storm surge) Yes

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