Average Sea Level Rise Rate Is 0.9 mm/year

There are 147 NOAA tide gauges which have been active since 2010.

70% of them are below 2mm/year and their mean is 0.9 mm/year. Less than 1/3 of the “official” number.

Many of the ones showing high rates of sea level rise are along subduction zones.

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Linear mean sea level (MSL) Global Sea Level Trends in mm/yr – NOAA Tides & Currents

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8 Responses to Average Sea Level Rise Rate Is 0.9 mm/year

  1. Wyguy says:

    Merry Christmas to all and thank you to Steven for all you do here.

  2. Definitely! Merry Christmas Steve, and everyone else who frequents this site. You’re all a blast to talk with. And Happy New Year too, especially to the alarmists. You have so much to learn in the next year!

  3. Subsidence zones perhaps.

  4. Karl W. Braun says:

    Many areas such as Manila are also subject to subsidence due to excessive pumping of groundwater.

    Wishing a merry Christmas to our host Steve and to all who visit this site!

  5. Gamecock says:

    The earth’s surface is not a bath tub. The oceans/seas volume is neither fixed, nor discernible.

  6. Tony P. says:

    On e again though, the war mists talk of sea level rise like it’s never happened before yet geologists make discoveries all the time about unusual or unexpected heights of water during different eras. Must be like the government, 1 department doesn’t talk to or listen to the other! Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to all!

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