Sea Level Rise Rates At Savannah, Georgia Have Dropped Sharply Since 1995

Contrary to the incessant lies of the global warming fraudsters, sea level rise rates are not accelerating on the East Coast. Prior to 1995, sea level at Savannah, Georgia rose 2.83 mm/year, but since 1995 it has been rising at only 1.99 mm/year. This is most likely primarily due to subsidence.

ScreenHunter_3199 Sep. 30 06.47 Data and Station Information for FORT PULASKI

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1 Response to Sea Level Rise Rates At Savannah, Georgia Have Dropped Sharply Since 1995

  1. Phil Jones says:

    Steven et Al… This is before the data gets put thru the big supercomputer with all it’s algorithms …the data washing machine will spit out data showing Sea Level Rise Acceleration..

    Look for a Huff Po headline screaming about how Savannah is being destroyed..

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