Mangroves at risk of collapse if emissions not reduced by 2050, international scientists predict

The University of Hong KongShare Print E-Mail An international research team comprising scientists from the University of Hong Kong, the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), Macquarie University and the University of Wollongong (Australia) as well as Rutgers University (USA) has predicted that mangroves will not be able to survive with rising sea-level rates reached by 2050,…

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Looking For Acceleration In All The Wrong Places

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach After considering the tide gauge records around Fairbourne in my last post, I wanted to look at a larger picture. Remember that we’ve been repeatedly told that acceleration in sea level rise is not just forecast, it’s actually occurring. I wrote about some of these claims in my post entitled…

Climate “crisis” to eradicate world’s beaches by 2100

Guest “Son of a beach!” by David Middleton Gregory Wrightstone linked to the Fox News version of this article on his LinkedIn page, the comments from fellow geologists were fracking hilarious… World’s beaches disappearing due to climate crisis – studyUK on course to lose a quarter of its sandy coast because of human-driven erosion Stefano…

GMSL Data Correction: Follow-up

Brief Note by Kip Hansen — 12 February 2020   One month ago I posted a Brief Note here about a correction to the GMSL data and graphics at NOAA’s Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry (LSA).   The problem at that time concerned the data files and their associated graphics, often used here at WUWT and elsewhere…