Tag Archives: Sea Level

Gee, siting problems and intrument error in sea level gauges

What kind of “issues” plague sea level rise trend creation? Are the data clean? The instruments well placed and maintained? Not so much… Continue reading

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Is there A sea level?

There seems to be plenty of evidence that ‘sea level’ is not doing anything out of the ordinary at all, and that it was significantly higher as recently as 1000 years ago. Continue reading

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What Ice Caps?

Ice caps come and go, the Mediterranean comes and goes, human life goes on (as do polar bears, penguins, ducks, geese, elephants…) Continue reading

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About That Sea Level

Hide the decline, in sea level, then sue… Continue reading

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Ostia Antica and Sea Level

Ostia Antica stands as evidence that it was warmer in the Roman Optimum and that sea levels were higher. Continue reading

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