The tide gage at Prudhoe Bay provides the only continuous long term direct measurement of sea level on the Alaska North Slope. In addition to trends in mean sea level, it provides a record of storm surges and setdowns. Analysis of the sea level time series from 1993 to 2010 reveals no statistically significant trends in relative sea level, storm frequency, intensity and duration. The return period of sea level extremes are estimated.

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