Scientific American : East Coast Sea Level Rise Fastest In 2,000 Years

Sea level is rising faster along the U.S. East Coast than it has for at least 2,000 years

The new paper does “firmly establish” that current sea level rise is unprecedented for the recent past, said Ken Miller, a geologist at Rutgers University. The work was warmly received last year when the authors presented it at a sea level-rise workshop sponsored by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, he said.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/

This is a fascinating discovery, given that satellites show as much as 10mm/year drop off the US east coast over the last decade. One can be assured that any alarmist tripe will be warmly received by the IPCC, because they have an agenda to meet.

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

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1 Response to Scientific American : East Coast Sea Level Rise Fastest In 2,000 Years

  1. Gator says:

    It’s too bad we cannot get someone to pull off a ruse, like the DHMO scare, on the IPCC. How hard could that be with such a willing audience? As long as it supports their preconceived ‘science’, I doubt they would question any study.

    http://www.dhmo.org/

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