Concerned About Rising Sea Levels ….

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6 Responses to Concerned About Rising Sea Levels ….

  1. steve case says:

    It’s still there (-: After a search for “NOAA 1.7 mm/year” I find these:
    Areas experiencing little-to-no change in relative sea level are illustrated in green, including stations consistent with average global sea level rise rate of 1.7-1.8 mm/yr.
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report estimates that the global sea level rise was approximately 1.7-1.8 millimeters per year (mm/yr) over the past century (IPCC, 2007), based on tide station measurements around the world, with projected increased trends in sea level in the 20th Century based on global climate models.
    Long-term data from NOAA tide gauges positioned around the Bay indicate that relative sea levels are rising at 3.4 mm per year, or twice the average global rate of 1.7 mm per year.
    ….Evaluate whether there is a regional mean sea-level trend that is different from the global (eustatic) mean sea-level trend of 1.7 mm/year over the 20th century (+/- 0.5 mm/year, IPCC 2007) and determine if this “difference” will be consistent through planning horizon.

  2. I keep asking CC alarmists where the sea has risen. I’ve yet to get an answer

    • neal s says:

      I’ve read someone who confidently claimed that the greatest sea level rise was in the middle of the ocean. This is supposedly based on satellite altimetry.

      Look at those red mountains of seawater. Personally I think those who claim that the greatest SLR is in the middle of oceans are full of BS.

      And even if it were true that the waters surface far from land were rising, it makes no difference to the coastlines.

      Why are there no stable long-term tide gauges that show acceleration in SLR?

      Seems to me that there is more fudging taking place than just temperature data.

  3. shempus says:

    cool kestrel pics Tony

  4. KevinPaul says:

    Don’t they know it’s the end of the world….?

  5. William Miranda says:

    From what I read a while back, sea levels are different in different parts of the world and they are constantly changing. What are the mechanics of that, I don’t know. But if you’re concerned about it- move. If you don’t want to move, just wait. It will come down again, based on that article.

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