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New Study: Sea Level Rise Rates The Same Since 1958 As They Were For All Of 1900-2018

New Study: Sea Level Rise Rates The Same Since 1958 As They Were For All Of 1900-2018

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new analysis of global sea level rise rates concludes the rising trend was 1.56 mm/yr−¹ from 1900-2018. This is the same rate as for 1958-2014 (1.5 mm/yr−¹), indicating there has not been a long-term distinctive change in sea level rise rates in the last 120 years. In 2018, Frederikse et al. assessed the […]

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Huge Database Of Studies Documenting Meters-Higher Mid-Holocene Sea Levels Swells Again In 2020

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn 2020, scientists continued to publish papers affirming global sea levels are today about 2 meters lower than they were a few thousand years ago. During the last interglacial (~116 to 128 thousand years ago), when CO2 peaked at just 280 ppm but surface temperatures were so much warmer that much less water was […]

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Alarmism Dies In The Great Barrier Reef As New Study Documents Reef Growth Since The 1970s

Alarmism Dies In The Great Barrier Reef As New Study Documents Reef Growth Since The 1970s

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study affirms coral reefs grow when seas are warm and rising. Growth “shuts off” during colder, falling sea level periods. Consequently, the Great Barrier Reef has experienced growth in the last 150 years – especially in recent decades. During the Last Glacial Maximum (~30,000 to 15,000 years ago), when Great Barrier Reef […]

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Spiegel Article By Stefan Rahmstorf Has “Nothing In The Least To Do With Science”…”Embarrassing”

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe world is going underwater?…Really? By Die kalte Sonne (Translated/edited, subheadings by P. Gosselin) “Der Spiegel” has an in-house columnist on climate issues: Stefan Rahmstorf from PIK Potsdam. His latest prank: “Why the sea level is rising faster and faster“. He writes in the introduction, citing data: The rate of rise has doubled during this […]

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Alarmism Dies In The Maldives: 97% Of 186 Island Coasts Have Grown (59%) Or Not Changed (38%) Since 2005

Alarmism Dies In The Maldives: 97% Of 186 Island Coasts Have Grown (59%) Or Not Changed (38%) Since 2005

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite sea level rise, a 2019 global analysis (Duvat, 2019) found 89% of 709 island coasts have been either stable or growing in size in recent decades. A new Maldives-only study (Duvat, 2020) finds rapid (>3 to >50%) coastal growth in 110 of 186 Maldives islands from 2005 to 2016. Just 5 islands – […]

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"Sinking" Maldives Clear Forests, Pave Beaches, To Construct Four New Airports For Future Tourism!

“Sinking” Maldives Clear Forests, Pave Beaches, To Construct Four New Airports For Future Tourism!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite all the money-generating gloomy predictions of sinking islands, we reported in 2013 on how the Maldives was planning to build 30 new luxury hotels for future tourists. The resort island of Landaa Giraavaru (Baa atoll), photo by: Frédéric Ducarme – CC BY-SA 4.0. Underwater in 7 years? We recall how in 2012, the former President […]

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New Paper: Sea Levels Higher 4000 Years Ago With Reefs Adapting

New Paper: Sea Levels Higher 4000 Years Ago With Reefs Adapting

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new in-press journal pre-proof paper by Hallmann et al examines reef response to sea-level and environmental changes in the Central South Pacific over the past 6000 years. Hat-tip: Reader Mary Brown The paper documents that sea levels globally saw a single short-lived sea-level highstand between 4100 and 3400 yr before present and coral reefs […]

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Scientists Assert Relative Sea Levels Were 32 Meters Higher Than Today In South Greenland 13,800 Years Ago

Scientists Assert Relative Sea Levels Were 32 Meters Higher Than Today In South Greenland 13,800 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterPrior to the transition from the last ice age to the current interglacial climate, when CO2 levels still lingered below 250 ppm, the relative sea levels in southern Greenland were “at least ∼32 m above present.” Relative sea levels have undergone a series of major changes since the last glacial maximum, when global sea […]

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New Study Reports New York City Is Sinking...But Sea Level Rise Keeps Defying Alarmist Projections

New Study Reports New York City Is Sinking…But Sea Level Rise Keeps Defying Alarmist Projections

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Share this…FacebookTwitterIn New York City, as the rest of the world, alarming rates of accelerated sea level rise continue to…not happen. In 1986, Dr. James Hansen, the Godfather of global warming alarmism, claimed Earth’s temperature would rise by about 4°F between 1986 and 2010. That didn’t happen. Image Source: New York Times In 1988 Hansen […]

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New Studies Suggests Sea Levels Are Lower Today Than They Were Even During The Little Ice Age

New Studies Suggests Sea Levels Are Lower Today Than They Were Even During The Little Ice Age

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Share this…FacebookTwitterCoastal history analyses increasingly suggest sea levels are lower today than at any time in the last 7000 years – even lower than the 1600s to 1800s. Recently we compared cartology from the 17th to 19th centuries to direct aerial images of coastal positions today. Rather surprisingly, there seemed to be more land area […]

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New Study: Sea Level Rise Along The North American Coast 'Not Necessarily Symptomatic Of Anthropogenic Forcing'

New Study: Sea Level Rise Along The North American Coast ‘Not Necessarily Symptomatic Of Anthropogenic Forcing’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterScientists suggest relative sea level changes are well-correlated with natural variability and accelerated sea level rise is a “recurring feature” of what has been observed for over 300 years. Five of six studied regions along the North American Atlantic coast show declining sea level rates (mm/yr) in recent decades. After retreating into the sea […]

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Several New Papers Indicate Sea Levels Were 1 - 3 Meters Higher Than Today A Few Thousand Years Ago

Several New Papers Indicate Sea Levels Were 1 – 3 Meters Higher Than Today A Few Thousand Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterBoth during the last interglacial (~120,000 years ago) and from roughly 2000 to 7000 years ago, relative sea levels were from 6-10 meters to 1-3 meters higher than they are today, respectively. For a list of over 100 other scientific papers indicating sea levels across the world were multiple meters higher when Earth’s CO2 […]

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