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SEA LEVEL: Rise and Fall – Part 3 – Computational Hubris

January 1, 2018

Watts Up With That?

Guest Essay by Kip Hansen

 

GMSLR_sm

Sea Level RiseMeasured from Space?

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series (posted here at WUWT some time ago now — if you missed them, I recommend reading them first), I offered my opinion, and evidence to support it, that:

Part 1:

  1. SLR is a real imminent threat to coastal cities and low-lying coastal and near-coastal densely-populated areas.
  2. SLR is not a threat to anything else — not now, not in a hundred years — probably not in a thousand years — maybe, not ever.

Part 2:

  1. Tide Gauge data is invaluable for localities in determining tide states, sea surface levels relative to the land, and the rate of change of those levels — the only Sea Level data of concern for local governments and populations. However, Tide Gauge data, even the best station data from the GLOSS network, is only…

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