Accelerated SLR given the kiboshRichard Treadgold | July 15, 2012
A German survey has gone carefully through the literature on sea level and finds no evidence of acceleration over the last 30 years.
They include a reference to New Zealand research, citing Hannah and Bell (2012), who show NZ SLR steady at 1.7 mm per year since 1940.
Perhaps now the zealots and alarmists will stop crying wolf on sea level. Which leaves just ocean acidification, ice cap and glacial melt, increased tornado frequency…
— h/t reader Marian, and Climate Depot for the links.