Posted 11 April 2011

"The analysis reveals a consistent trend of weak deceleration at each of these gauge sites throughout Australasia over the
period from 1940 to 2000. Short period trends of acceleration in mean sea level after 1990 are evident at each site, although these are not abnormal or higher than other short-term rates measured throughout the historical record" ....."Although average decadal rates of rise in relative ocean water levels are clearly high during the 1990s, they are not remarkable or unusual in the context of the historical record available for each site over the course of the 20th century. Similar conclusions have been drawn by Holgate (2007) in examining global data and by Hannah (2004) examining long-term sea level records for New Zealand." -  New paper from NSW Dept of  Environment, Climate Change and Water.


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