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Global sea level over time. The red line presents the yearly averages derived from tide gauges; the blue area indicates the standard deviation. The inset show an expanded view of the last two decades.

Bloom (2010) Global Climate Change: Convergence of Disciplines. Sinauer Associates.


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Designs show how Boston could adapt as sea levels rise Last Updated on 2015-02-20 10:50:39 In 100 years, when rising sea levels are expected to spill over onto flood-prone Morrissey Boulevard, commuters may be able to ditch their cars in favor of an MBTA water taxi. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
Satellite images reveal ocean acidification from space Last Updated on 2015-02-19 10:46:23 Pioneering techniques that use satellites to monitor ocean acidification are set to revolutionise the way that marine biologists and climate scientists study the ocean. This new approach, that will be published on the 17 February 2015 in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, offers remote monitoring of large swathes of inaccessible ocean from satellites that orbit the Earth some 700 km above our heads. Read more at: More »
8 Million Tons Of Plastic Clutter Our Seas Last Updated on 2015-02-16 17:13:45 More »
Warmer Seas Linked To East Coast Hurricane Outbreaks Last Updated on 2015-02-12 11:03:08 Christopher Columbus explored the New World during wildly tempestuous seafaring times. In the summer of 1502, during his final American voyage, for example, Columbus commanded his fleet to the shelter of an island, now home to Haiti, as a hurricane tore through. Three of the four ships broke anchor in the walloping winds. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
Global Warming May Boost Dead Zones in Oceans Last Updated on 2015-02-11 11:37:51 Ice Age evidence suggests rising temperatures could boost areas of ocean water with little oxygen for life  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE  More »