Sea Level Rise

Time and Tide Bells make a comment on sea level rise that is allusive, metaphorical. This page will deal with some of the more quantitative or existential aspects of the subject.

For the absolute avoidance of doubt, we hope it is crystal clear that as the years and decades pass rising sea level is going to have a dramatic impact on our coast, and the people who live there.
24/11/2020
New sea level rise satellite

Nasa has just launched a new satellite to measure sea level rise, charmingly named after a recently deceased scientist, Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich. Long story short, here's Nasa's graph of sea level rise as measured by satellites to date: It's rather a challenge to know how to feel about this.....

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