But the Jet propoulsion Laboratory’sJ Josh Willis looks ahead to continuing sea level rise.
The Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media reports:
“While the rise of the global ocean has been remarkably steady for most of this time, every once in a while, sea level rise hits a speed bump,” it continued. In 2011, “ it’s been more like a pothole” as global sea level fell by about a quarter of an inch, or half a centimeter between the summers of 2010 and 2011.”
“So what’s up with the down seas, and what does it mean?”…