Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Warmist Mann: Trust me, after sea levels only rose 8 inches over the last 113 years, we should expect them to rise 39 inches over the next 87 years

Climate-change skeptics challenge DNREC projections on sea-level rise
Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Meteorology at Pennsylvania State University, said Delaware’s SLR projection is based on good science and is consistent with many other projections.

“Two meters of global sea-level rise by 2100 is not out of the question,” said Mann, a prominent advocate of measures to curb carbon emissions. “One meter is a good mid-range estimate of what we might expect given business-as-usual fossil fuel emissions.”
Flashback: U.S. Sea Level Rise Along East Coast To Accelerate With Gulf Stream Slowdown
A worldwide average of 8 inches of sea level rise since 1900 has already put millions of Americans at risk

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