I was there again on the wave cut platform to see how high the waves broke on the very highest tide for this month, and also to exercise. (During this Corona virus pandemic we are allowed outside to exercise.) The photograph was taken by … [Read more...] about Falling Sea Levels, a Rainbow and a Full Moon
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Many Australians are fearful of catastrophic human-caused climate change because this is what the state-sponsored propaganda on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (the ABC) tells us. In Australia, we mostly live near the sea. All along our … [Read more...] about What Can You See, Indicating Sea Levels are Rising?
MY mother lived and worked on Heron Island at the Great Barrier Reef in 1955. That was the same year the young Bob Endean established the University of Queensland Heron Island Research Station. He went on to become a famous marine biologist, and … [Read more...] about Heron Island Corals: Still Constrained by Sea Level Fall
ALWAYS in search of an ultimate truth, I’m rarely one to admit that everything is relative. When it comes to shorelines and the age of 'wave cut platforms', however, there is no escaping it … the relativism. The sea and the climate are … [Read more...] about Recent Sea Level Fall – Since When?
HALFWAY between Hawaii and Australia lies the tiny nation of Tuvalu, which according to popular mythology is slowly disappearing into the Pacific Ocean because of rising sea levels. Except a recent article at the ABC news website correctly explained … [Read more...] about Season’s Greetings, Tuvalu and Thank You Mr Kelly
ONE of the longest continuous sea level measuring gauges is not far from the Sydney Opera House at Fort Denison. The mean sea level trend is 0.65 millimetres per year based on monthly sea level data from 1886 to 2010. Except that sea levels … [Read more...] about Opera House Still Above Sea Level: Despite Homogenisation