Santa Cruz, California Sea Level Drops To Its Lowest Level In The Satellite EraPosted: August 4, 2013
Heidi Cullen and her ‘Climate Central’ eco-alarmist band, fail data school 101.
Last year, Heidi’s geniuses predicted that California sea level would rise at least six inches by 2030.
April 20, 2012
In the 20th century, the sea level rose on average 8 inches along California’s coastline, research by Climate Central and others shows.
Middle-of-the-road expectations are that it will rise 6 to 8 more inches by 2030, 12 inches by 2050 and 24 inches by 2070.
By 2100, it could be 3 to 5 feet higher, said Gary Griggs, director of the Institute of Marine Sciences at UC Santa Cruz.
Since these expert forecasts were made, University of Colorado satellite data shows sea level at Santa Cruz dropping to its lowest level on record.