- Sea level change in the Anthropocene,
plenary lecture at the XXVI General Assembly of the International Union of
Geodesy and Geophysics, Prague, June 2015.
- Understanding and projecting sea level change:
improvements and uncertainties, at the Fall Meeting of the
American Geophysical Union in San Francisco, December 2013; also available as
on-demand video (showing the slides accompanied by an audio recording)
- Projections of sea level
rise, at the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention
on Climate Change in Warsaw, November 2013; also available as an
on-demand recorded webcast,
starting after 38 minutes (as far as I can tell, the software works only in
- Twentieth-century sea-level rise - is the
whole greater than the
sum of the parts?, at the CLIVAR WGOMD workshop in Hobart,
- Projection of global and regional sea
level change for the 21st century, at the conference on deltas in
time of climate change in Rotterdam, September 2010
- Predicting the sea-level contribution
of the Greenland and Antarctic ice-sheets, March 2009, Joint
IPCC-WCRP-IGBP workshop in Honolulu on new science directions and activities
relevant to the IPCC AR5
- Public lecture on Climate change 2007: the
physical science basis in Welwyn Garden City on 25th January 2008.
- Lecture at IoP on Climate change 2007: the physical science
basis, in London in June 2007, and in
Dublin in February 2008.
- Lecture on Climate sensitivity
at the UJCC-NCAS summer school on climate
modelling in Cambridge, September 2007: slides
and annotated version with bibliography.
- Projecting changes in climate and sea
level at the Royal Society "showcase" of the IPCC Fourth Assessment
Report, March 2007
- Current projections and key
uncertainties regarding sea-level change, June 2006, UNESCO workshop
in Paris on understanding sea level rise and variability.
- Climate change, 6th May
2006, at the Open Day for the 40th anniversary of the Department of
- Review of concepts and methods relating to
climate sensitivity, July 2004, IPCC workshop in Paris on climate