Launched in 2002, Envisat is the largest Earth Observation spacecraft ever built. It carries ten sophisticated optical and radar instruments to provide continuous observation and monitoring of the Earth’s land, atmosphere, oceans and ice caps. Envisat data collectively provide a wealth of information on the workings of the Earth system, including insights into factors contributing to climate change.
If you wanted to hide this, how would you do it?
You might want to make it almost invisible yellow. Let’s shift the hues and see what happens.
Oops! It turns out sea level is hardly rising. Now, let’s remove all of the “adjustments” to Envisat data.
We see a rise rate which is about one-fourth of what the global warming community claims.
Even with all the adjustments, rates are about one-third of what the global warming community claims.
1.2 mm/year is much lower than alarmist claims, but is about triple the mean of NOAA tide gauges.
So, we can see that sea level claims are exaggerated by somewhere between 3-9X, which seems to be in line with other bloated IPCC numbers.