Understanding sea-level change is impossible without both insights from paleo studies and working across disciplines
In recent years there have been significant advances in the observational and modeling techniques used to reconstruct and interpret paleo records that relate to changes in sea-level and/or ice extent. This special issue, which presents contributions from the PALeo constraints on Sea-level (PALSEA) PAGES/IMAGES/WUN1 working group, reflects a number of these developments. Here, we provide an overview of the papers presented in this special issue. By bringing insights from very different paleo-archives and methodologies together, we hope that this special issue will encourage new ideas and collaborations in this area of climate science. âº There have been recent advances in reconstructing sea-level and ice extent changes. âº This special issue presents contributions from the PALSEA working group. âº Our editorial provides an overview of the papers presented in this special issue. âº We hope this special issue drives new ideas/collaborations in this area.