Army Corps Of Engineers : Sea Level Rise Rates Have Slowed

There is almost a balance with 30 gauge records showing deceleration and 27 showing acceleration, clustering around 0.0 mm/y2. The mean is a slight deceleration of
-0.0014 +/- 0.0161 mm/y2 (95%)

http://www.jcronline.org/doi/pdf/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-10-00157.1

h/t to Jimbo

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7 Responses to Army Corps Of Engineers : Sea Level Rise Rates Have Slowed

  1. Jimbo says:

    But, but……. glaciers are melting at an unprecedented rate. Thermal expansion has gone through the roof! Don’t believe you lying eyes!

  2. Edward says:

    Yes but tuvalu will be gone in three weeks/two months/1 year/soon/quite soon/OMG …………………..it’s sinking = holy cow!

  3. PandR says:

    They could lose there funding for saying this.

  4. miklos treiber says:

    empirical data – data you can believe in. report the facts , methodology and procedures and the conclusions become clear and obvious to all with an open mind. Where is Herr Doktor Hansen when you need him. This is to you Hansen read it and weep.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Another indication that would-be Emporer Gore has no clothes!

  6. Deadman says:

    From Houston & Dean’s introduction: “The current sea-level trend of about 1.7 mm/y will produce a rise of about 19 mm over 110 years from 1990 to 2100”.

    Surely, 110 years at 1.7 mm a year is 187 mm or about 19 cm.

    • Deadman says:

      I have received a kind, swift reply to my e-mail from James R. Houston. He writes that the “about 19 mm” should indeed be “about 19 cm”.

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