Sydney Harbour study shows no acceleration in sea level rise

Alberto Boretti (2012) studied the historic data relating to sea level from long-term tidal gauges in place in Sydney Harbour for over 100 years. His study showed:

► Long term recording tide gauges show weak sea level rises and no acceleration.

► Recent satellite indirect measurements show more intense sea level rises but still no acceleration.

► There is no proof in the measured data that sea level is presently accelerating.

► Sea level rises of meters in the bay of Sydney are not very likely to occur in the short term.

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