New Paper Presents Photo Evidence Affirming Equatorial Region Sea Levels Have FALLEN Since The 1600s

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In a new paper (Mörner, 2019, expanding upon Mörner, 2017), photo evidence confirms sea levels in 5 studied equatorial regions have fallen by about 60 cm since the 17th century…and remained stable since the 1970s.

Image(s) Source: Mörner, 2019

Image Source: Mörner, 2017

Another new study (Haryono et al., 2019) of sea level change in equatorial Indonesia also supplies photos of marine terrace biomarker evidence affirming sea levels were about 5 meters higher than they are today between 5000 to 3000 years before present, suggesting “it means it was warmer than the present day” back then.

Image Source: Haryono et al., 2019
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12 responses to “New Paper Presents Photo Evidence Affirming Equatorial Region Sea Levels Have FALLEN Since The 1600s”

  1. another Jim

    Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts USA was on the beach in 1620, Its well exposed theses days.

    1. Fred Harwood

      If memory serves, Plymouth Rock today is a fragment of the first, moved from its nearby location.

      1. Walter Schneider

        Here is a summary of the history of Plymouth Rock. Apparently the lower portion of it was never moved. The upper portion of it was moved but eventually moved back to its original location.
        https://www.britannica.com/topic/Plymouth-Rock-United-States-history

  2. John F. Hultquist

    Thanks. Interesting.
    Fig. 4 – – the shore on Minicoy is easy to understand.
    ‘Point bars’ in rivers exhibit these sorts of vegetative sequences. Pioneer species colonize each segment and produce ecosystems, including insect and other animal life. These are great places for school field trips because the distances are small and the changes are easy to see and map.

  3. rw

    Note that this article has a reference another climate scandal – that I didn’t see on the NTZ list: the vandalization of the tree on Viligili Island in the Maldives by Australian climate scientists in 2003. (Tree-by-the-sea-gate? Sea-level-gate? I don’t think it can be called Maldives-gate, since there are a number of other climate scandals centered on these islands [which I don’t remember seeing on the list]).

    1. rw

      I think uproot-gate would do it.

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