Flanders fearful flooded fields

From the University of British Columbia,  David Flanders is trying to scare Canadians over sea level rise. Only one problem, the math doesn’t work. Preparing for the flood: Visualizations help…

Sea level still not cooperating with predictions

The university of Colorado has recently updated their sea level graph from the TOPEX satellite data. The 60 day smoothed trend is still stalled and shows no rise over what…

Quote of the week: from the reductio ad absurdum file

This story is about why laws bowing to sea level worries will make signs like this at left more common in one Australian town. I’ve seen stupidity from local city…

The battle over sea level in JCR

John Droz writes in with this: A few months ago a widely-publicized article by Houston and Dean was published in the Journal of Coastal Research (and on your site), noting that although sea-level…

New sea level page from University of Colorado now up

As we surmised in earlier posts, the crozon.colorado.edu website was a test run. Here’s the newest graph from the revised http://sealevel.colorado.edu/ Updated: 2011-05-05 They write about the update:

Oh noes! Sea level rising three times faster than expected (again)

UPDATE: The serial regurgitation has started. See the end of the article. Somehow, I just can’t get past the picture of the guy in the beret who seems to be…

Update on the CU sea level page status

Things are changing with global sea level data reporting. As I mentioned in my post April 6th: What’s delaying UC sea level data from being updated? As you can see in…

Doing it yourself – the latest unsmoothed global sea level data from JASON shows a sharp downtick and slight downtrend

UPDATE: Tamino weighs in, see the update at the end of this post. – One of the great things about WUWT is that it attracts commenters with a wide range…

An answer to the question about why UC's sea level data has not been updated since mid 2010

Readers may recall my story from April 6th where I asked: What’s delaying UC sea level data from being updated? As you can see in the graph above, the data has…

Bombshell conclusion – new peer reviewed analysis: "worldwide-temperature increase has not produced acceleration of global sea level over the past 100 years"

The paper is currently in press at the Journal of Coastal Research and is provided with open access to the full publication. The results are stunning for their contradiction to…

Request for Assistance In Assessing an Important Sea Level Study

Note:John Droz asked me for help with research yesterday, and while I have no time at the moment, I did suggest he contact Bob Tisdale, and this is the result.…

Sea level may drop in 2010

Guest post by John Kehr Based on the most current data it appears that 2010 is going to show the largest drop in global sea level ever recorded in the…

Putting the Brakes on Acceleration

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Various pundits and scientists keep talking about a threatened acceleration in the sea level rise. Here’s the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report: Anthropogenic forcing is also…

Sea level rise by 2100, "nailed"! Between 7 and 82 centimeters

New predictions for sea level rise Sea level graph from the University of Colorado is shown below: University of Bristol Press release issued 26 July 2009 Fossil coral data and…