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World’s 76 Best Tide Gauges (100+ Years Of Data) Show A Mean 0.34 mm/yr Rise, ‘Negligible’ Acceleration
By Kenneth Richard on 20. June 2019
A new scientific paper affirms “all the long-term-trend (LTT) tide gauges of the world consistently show a negligible acceleration since the time they started recording in the late 1800s/early 1900s” and there is “no sign of climate models predicted sharply warming and accelerating sea level rise.” Image Source: Boretti, 2019 An accurate determination of sea […]
A Warmer Past: Non-Hockey Stick Reconstructions Martin et al., 2020 France max Holocene temps (14°C) were 7°C warmer than the modern value (7°C) Modern climatic parameters were obtained from the instrumental database of Meteo-France at the nearby station of Mazet-Volamont (1130 m) located 11 km distant, for the period 2009-2017 … Temperature values were corrected […]
A Warmer Past: Non-Hockey Stick Reconstructions Collins et al., 2019 Over the past 2300 yrs, SST values range between 14.3°C and 12.2°C (Fig. 4a), and hence most of the record is warmer than today. The earlier half of the record is relatively warm and stable and displays a gradual warming from 13.2°C at 2300 […]