North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004…In Tandem With 2°C Cooling

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Rapid cooling in the North Atlantic has reversed regional sea level changes and has apparently spread to the Greenland ice sheet.

Image Source: Chafik et al. (2019)

Despite stressing global sea level rise is worrisome and due to anthropogenic warming, Chafik et al. (2019) report a distinct cooling trend in the North Atlantic that coincides with a transition to falling regional sea levels since 2004.

Image Source: Chafik et al. (2019)

Meanwhile, Ruan et al. (2019) attribute the rapid deceleration in Greenland ice sheet melt since 2013 to the -2.0°C North Atlantic cooling that apparently has begun affecting the Arctic.

Image Source: Ruan et al. (2019)

A cooling trend in recent decades has also spread to West Antarctica, the Antarctic Peninsula, and East Antarctica (Lüning et al.,2019).

Image Source: Lüning et al.,2019

North America as a continent has been cooling since 1998 (Gan et al., 2019), with no significant net change since 1982.

Image Source: Gan et al., 2019

The Southern Ocean – 14% of the Earth’s surface – has been been cooling since 1979 (Zhang et al., 2019).

Image Source: Zhang et al., 2019

Large regions of the Northern Hemisphere – especially in Asia –  have been cooling since 1990 (Kretschmer et al., 2018).

Image Source: Kretschmer et al., 2018

Other than these regions, the entire globe has been warming…in line with what would be expected with global warming.

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13 responses to “North Atlantic Sea Levels Have Been Falling At A Rate Of 7.1 mm/yr Since 2004…In Tandem With 2°C Cooling”

  1. Lasse
    1. John F. Hultquist

      No further comment needed.

      Oh come on. What’s this about?

      1. Lasse

        A lazy man`s end of a statement-nothing else.
        Periodic change in sea level changes.

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  3. garyH845

    Well duh . . all caused by man-made global warming . . didn’t you know that?

  4. Sam

    Yes a further comment is needed.
    Accelerating Rate Of Sea Level Fraud
    https://youtu.be/e82smfcypUc

  5. RoHa

    I think that current figures show that most regions of the globe have been cooling a bit in recent years.

    But the globe as a whole has been warming.

    Don’t ask how.

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  7. Sean

    Get back to us when the paper is reproduced in a peer reviewed journal as opposed to a pay to publish (well anything) if you have the cash faux journal..

    1. tom0mason

      Sean,
      Your comment has be peer reviewed and found to be of questionable worth and, in the opinion of this reviewer, should not have been published.

      Please amend your ways by thoroughly investigating the review processes to which each of the publications shown above have been subjected.

  8. Phil Salmon

    Scientific Reports (a Nature journal), JGR and
    Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology are all peer reviewed journals. Open access doesn’t mean no serious review.

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