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(2015 Sea Level thread was outdated)

Latest observations from JASON/AVISO has GMSL plateauing after the historic El Niño.  We'll see if this 2nd year La Niña brings a dip.  Even with the plateau the trailing 2-month average has yet to fall below the long term linear trend for nearly 3 years.  This looks like the longest such period in JASON satellites era. 

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On 2/14/2018 at 1:55 AM, wolfpackmet said:

Jason-3 data through January 5 released today.  60/370-day running mean has been above the linear trend for over 3 years now.  With La Niña conditions fading this trend will likely continue.   Acceleration imminent or happening now?

CU just published first paper to detect acceleration in satellite record.

http://sealevel.colorado.edu/content/climate-change–driven-accelerated-sea-level-rise-detected-altimeter-era

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As the satellite sea level record lengthens it becomes easier to see acceleration. Nina can slow and even briefly reverse sea level rise - 2010/11 a good example. No slowdown visible in this nina, though

Screenshot 2022-03-02 at 08-45-34 Data acces Aviso+.png

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