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    Hey Oskar. Thanks very much for your contribution to this article – I’m just fact checking your contribution. As I don’t speak Swedish could you please point me to where the figures are within the report you cite? Thanks

    ‘In northern Sweden, land rise compensates for most of the sea rise, however the southern parts of Sweden(roughly from Stockholm and below) will be affected by up to 1 m of sea-rise, with local variations according to SMHI in the report future sea-levels in sweden (se: Framtida havsnivåer i Sverige).

    Several parts of southern Sweden will be affected with between 0.5 to 1 m in average sea level rise, including Oskarshamn, Skanör, Barsebäck, Viken and Ringhals.’

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      Hi Harry,
      I’m sorry the publication was only in Swedish, I could not find a English version.
      The first statement comes from page 15, Section 3.2
      Whereas the seccond comes from page 32, more specifically, Figure 23.

      I hope that was the answer you needed, if not just contact me again and we can sort it out!

      Keep on doing what you are doing!
      Wikitribune rocks!

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