Category Archives: Sea Level

Mainstream Media Ignores New Study: Present Sea Surface Temperatures “Indistinguishable” From Those During Last Interglacial…

…When Sea Levels Were Roughly 20 to 30 Feet Higher than Today Science recently published Hoffman, et al. (2017) Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation.  Not too surprisingly, the study has been ignored by the mainstream media.  … Continue reading

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The Region of Unusual Sea Level Rise East of the Philippines Contributes Only a Little to the Global Rate

The region east of the Philippines stands out on satellite-based sea level trend maps.  See Figure 1, which is from the Map of Sea Level Trends webpage from the University of Colorado Sea Level Research Group.  I’ve also shown the … Continue reading

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Interesting Paper on Sea Level Rise – Purkey et al (2014)

Please see the Update at the end of the post to avoid confusion. # # # # The paper Purkey et al. (2014) Relative contributions of ocean mass and deep steric changes to sea level rise between 1993 and 2013 … Continue reading

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Maybe It’s Time We Stopped Wasting Money Studying a Problem And Spent That Money Adapting to It

The Washington Post published an article today titled When sea levels rise, high tides will spill into communities far more often, study says. What a revelation!  It’s almost as foolish as the studies that cost taxpayers tens of thousands of … Continue reading

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Part 2 of “On Sallenger et al (2012) – Hotspot of Accelerated Sea Level Rise on the Atlantic Coast of North America”

UPDATE (July 3, 2012): I’ve provided this update on both of my Sallenger et al (2012) posts. Tamino (Grant Foster) has once again written a misleading rebuttal, this time to my two posts about Sallenger et al (2012). Refer to … Continue reading

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On Sallenger et al (2012) – Hotspot of Accelerated Sea Level Rise on the Atlantic Coast of North America

UPDATE (July 3, 2012): I’ve provided this update on both of my Sallenger et al (2012) posts. Tamino (Grant Foster) has once again written a misleading rebuttal, this time to my two posts about Sallenger et al (2012). Refer to … Continue reading

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1ST Quarter 2011 Sea Level Anomaly Update And An Initial Look At The Impacts Of ENSO On Global Sea Level

It’s been more than two years since my last Sea Level anomaly update using the data from the University of Colorado Sea Level Research Group . I visit their website regularly, but each update seems to be an extension of … Continue reading

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NEW NODC DATASET: THERMOSTERIC SEA LEVEL ANOMALIES

Just a quick one-graph post. The NOAA National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) has added Thermosteric Sea Level Anomaly data to its GLOBAL OCEAN HEAT CONTENT webpage. The NODC describes the data as, “The time series of yearly and 3-month thermosteric … Continue reading

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>Request for Assistance In Assessing an Important Sea Level Study

>Guest Post by John Droz, Jr. Friends: I am asking for help from oceanographers and/or others who have experience with sea level measurements. I am a physicist (energy expert) who has been involved with several environmental issues over the last … Continue reading

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>Supplement To ENSO Is A Major Component Of Sea Level Rise

>In my post ENSO Is A Major Component Of Sea Level Rise, I illustrated that ENSO is the cause of the pattern of Sea Level Trends illustrated in Figure 1. The IPCC confirms this in their discussion of regional variations … Continue reading

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