by K. Richard, Sep. 10, 2010 in ClimateChangeDispatch
The West Coast of North America has 20 long-term (90+ years) tide gauges measuring relative sea-level changes.
The East Coast has 33. Of the 53 total tide gauges, 45% (24) are negatively accelerating, 14 document falling sea levels, and just 11 have sea levels rising more than 3 mm/yr.
mage Source: Boretti, 2019
A cooling/non-warming North America
A few months ago, Gan et al. (2019) reported that the North American continent as a whole (180-0°, 15-60°N) “is one of the major cooling centers” in the Northern Hemisphere, with temperatures dropping after 1998 and no significant net change since the early 1980s apparent.