Sea level at Atlantic City has been rising linearly since the start of records in 1912.
According to NASA, global temperatures were flat for 35 years between 1940 and 1975, yet sea level continued to rise at the same linear rate during that time. This is a big red flag that sea level is not affected by global temperature.
If sea level was affected by global temperature (i.e. glaciers melting) we should see a relationship between either sea level rise rates and global temperature, or sea level rise rates and change in global temperature. In fact, we see neither.
There is no correlation between change in sea level and change in global temperature.
There is also very poor correlation between change in sea level, and the absolute temperature anomaly.
The only correlation we see with Atlantic City sea level is vs. time. This hints strongly that apparent sea level on the East Coast is driven by subsidence, rather than “global warming.”