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Coastal Land Area Is Expanding So Fast That 'Catastrophic' Sea Level Rise Cannot Keep Up

Coastal Land Area Is Expanding So Fast That ‘Catastrophic’ Sea Level Rise Cannot Keep Up

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Share this…FacebookTwitterContrary to what would be expected with alarmingly high sea level rise rates, shorelines across the world are expanding rather than retreating into the sea. A few months ago we highlighted an analysis of the post-2000 net expansion (from 1007.60 km² to 1069.35 km², or +6.1%) in coastal land area for 221 Pacific and […]

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New Study: Pacific And Indian Ocean Sea Levels Rising 'Much Slower Than Climate Model Predictions'

New Study: Pacific And Indian Ocean Sea Levels Rising ‘Much Slower Than Climate Model Predictions’

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Share this…FacebookTwitterOver 700 low-lying islands in the Pacific and Indian Oceans have coasts that have been stable to expanding in size since the 1980s. The  relative sea level rise has only been +0.46 mm/year in these regions with “almost trivial acceleration of +0.0091 mm/year²”. The claim that sea levels are rising so fast that low-lying […]

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A Wee Problem With The First-Ever Mammal Extinction From Modern Climate Change Claim

A Wee Problem With The First-Ever Mammal Extinction From Modern Climate Change Claim

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Share this…FacebookTwitterClaims that rising sea levels led to a remote island species’ demise is contradicted by evidence that sea levels were meters higher than today a few thousand years ago. In 2019 Australia’s government announced that climate change – rising seas, specifically – had claimed its first-ever mammalian victim: a rat. Photo: State of Queensland, CC […]

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Sea Level Alarmism Unravels As Earth's Coastlines Are Observed Expanding Since 1984

Sea Level Alarmism Unravels As Earth’s Coastlines Are Observed Expanding Since 1984

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDespite sea level rise, 1984-2019 satellite data show coastlines have been globally expanding by a net +0.26 m/year.  A new study affirms what satellite data have been telling us for years: “the global coastline is prograding” (Mao et al., 2021). Image Source: Mao et al., 2021 Growing islands, beaches, coasts “all over the world” […]

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New Data Suggest Greenland's Relative Sea Levels Were 6 Meters Higher 1,500-2,000 Years Ago

New Data Suggest Greenland’s Relative Sea Levels Were 6 Meters Higher 1,500-2,000 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterThe discovery of whale bones and marine shells at ancient beach sites 32 to 36 meters above today’s shorelines have been dated to the Early to Middle Holocene. Beach ridges were still several meters higher than today during Roman and Medieval times. The relative sea levels of the ancient past can be discerned by […]

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Preposterous Projection By German Green Party Chancellor Candidate: 7 Meters Sea Level Rise By 2100!

Preposterous Projection By German Green Party Chancellor Candidate: 7 Meters Sea Level Rise By 2100!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterGerman Green Party chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock warn sea levels will rise 7 meters by the year 2100… The German Greens, who weeks earlier surged to the No. 1 position in opinion polls, before falling back behind the socialists and conservatives, like to tell us that we have to follow the science when it […]

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New Study: 62 km² (+6%) Net Expansion In 100s Of Pacific-Indian Ocean Island Shorelines From 2000-2017

New Study: 62 km² (+6%) Net Expansion In 100s Of Pacific-Indian Ocean Island Shorelines From 2000-2017

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA global-scale analysis of 221 islands in the tropical Pacific and Indian Oceans reveals “a predominantly stable or accretionary trend in the area of atoll islands worldwide” throughout the 21st century. The Maldives islands alone expanded by 37.5 km² from 2000 to 2017. For over 3 decades we’ve been warned “entire nations could be […]

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Sea Levels Near B.C. Canada Were 90 Meters Higher Than Today 14,500 Years Ago

Sea Levels Near B.C. Canada Were 90 Meters Higher Than Today 14,500 Years Ago

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Share this…FacebookTwitterA new study suggests British Columbia (Canada) relative sea levels remained 10 meters higher than they are today until they fell to their present levels in the last ~1800 years. Two other new studies suggest sea levels were still 0.8 to 1 meter higher than today during the Medieval Warm Period. After the peak […]

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Sea Levels Surrounding Sweden Have Fallen 2 Meters Since 1731

Sea Levels Surrounding Sweden Have Fallen 2 Meters Since 1731

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDue primarily to land uplift, markings on “seal rocks” show dramatic declines in relative sea level along Sweden’s coasts in the last 290 years. The explanation for falling sea levels throughout much of Northern Europe is that the land in this region of the world is rising faster than eustatic sea levels are. Written […]

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Alaska Glacier Melt And Sea Level "Rise" Add Further Embarrassment To Climate Alarmism

Alaska Glacier Melt And Sea Level “Rise” Add Further Embarrassment To Climate Alarmism

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Share this…FacebookTwitterRegular NoTricksZone contributor Kenneth Richard tweeted about an inconvenient 2013 Live Science showing that the Medieval Warm Period was as warm or even warmer than today in the area of Juneau, Alaska. Recall how in 1990 the first IPCC report featured a temperature chart (right) of the last 1000 years, which inconveniently showed the […]

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New High Resolution Climate Simulation Projects Antarctic Ice To Remain Stable Rest Of The Century

New High Resolution Climate Simulation Projects Antarctic Ice To Remain Stable Rest Of The Century

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Share this…FacebookTwitterNow we know why prominent activists, like Barack Obama, purchased expensive seaside homes even after warning the seas are “rising rapidly”. It turns out they really aren’t, a new University of Utrecht study shows. And like many climate alarmists, Potsdam Institute climate researcher Stefan Rahmstorf predicted the oceans could very well rise by an […]

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We're Not Gonna Drown! Analyses Show COASTAL SEA LEVEL RISE Is Only 1.69 mm Per Year!

We’re Not Gonna Drown! Analyses Show COASTAL SEA LEVEL RISE Is Only 1.69 mm Per Year!

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Share this…FacebookTwitterUPDATE: Sea level rise near the coasts where people actually live is found to be 1.69 mm/yr. But when crunching the data for the entire ocean, as Willis Eschenbach has shown, a figure of just 1.52 mm/year is computed.  Hot shot data analyst Zoe Phin at her site examines sea level rise. There she […]

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