East Coast Begins To Clean Up And Assess Damage From Hurricane Sandy

“Atlantic City Gambles on Rising Seas”

Or… Resettling the First American ‘Groundwater Hydrology Refugees’ Guest post by David Middleton Featured image borrowed from the HuffPuff. Once upon a time National Geographic magazine was a respectable publication. By Michael Edison Hayden PUBLISHED MAY 4, 2016 ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY Claudia Waller’s anxious eyes flit across the living room of a home where…

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NASA’s tricky sea level newsletter

Dave Burton writes: Those NASA guys are tricky. Click the “Update: Sea level change / Ocean rising at 3.42 mm per year” link in their latest Newsletter and you’ll see the big, bold “3.42 mm/yr” near the top of the web page, and two very similar-looking graphs of sea-level: one from satellites, and one from…

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An answer to: Is the rise in sea levels accelerating?

Guest essay by: Jan Kjetil Andersen There is a well-established consensus concluding that the global sea level has risen over the last century, and that the level continues to rise. However, the question about whether the rate is accelerating or not, is more inconclusive. To cast some light on this, I have analyzed the latest…