Hiding The Sea Level Decline

From : http://www.aviso.oceanobs.com/

The blink comparator below flashes between the standard Aviso multi-mission sea level graph – and what it should look like.

I removed the bogus GIA, made the inconvenient Envisat data visible, and normalized the left edge of Envisat in the same fashion as was done for the other data sets.

Isn’t science grand, when the purveyors feel like it is OK to obfuscate critically important data?

 

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10 Responses to Hiding The Sea Level Decline

  1. Latitude says:

    You need to read this oh mighty one………

    C:\Users\Jorge\AppData\Local\Temp\annual_report_en_2008-1.pdf

    The first 22 passes, Envisat was showing a decline in sea level.
    They adjusted it up to match Jason.
    Without the adjustment, Envisat has never showed a rise in sea level…..

    Go down to 7.1.2 and start reading…………

  2. Latitude says:

    BTW I’m almost sure that Jason is just measuring gravity….
    …that is unless water it just piling up where GOCE says it should. 😉

  3. slimething says:

    This sort of thing happens with just about every climate data metric, including OHC data from ARGO in 2006/2007. Ever notice it is nearly always in favor of AGW?

  4. DirkH says:

    Never trust government science.

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