New Study: The Illusive Flooding of New York City – Sea level rise is NOT in ‘a phase of rapid rise’
Study by Dr. Nils-Axel Morner who headed the Department of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics at Stockholm University. Published in the Journal of Environmental Sciences. Morner was also past president of the INQUA Commission on Sea level changes and coastal dynamics (1999-2003).
Excerpts: "All talk about a disastrous sea level rise by 2100 is nothing but scaremongering and deliberate harassment of the public by the IPCC (2013, 2018) and its media proponents."
"It is a serious mistake to claim that global sea level is in a phase of rapid rise. Observationally based facts document a present changes in absolute (eustatic) sea level ranging between ±0.0 and +1.0 mm/yr. This poses no threats what so ever. In New York City, sea level is rising at a rate of +2.84 mm/yr, which would imply an additional rise in sea level by 23.3 cm by 2100, a modest rise that can be handled without problems."