West Australia has now had 6 years of falling sea levels

West Australia has now had 6 years of falling sea levels


“Cannot find any rising sea levels in West Australia,” says reader Tom Harley.

In fact, sea levels have been falling for the past six years.



Harley checked out the official data for several coastal locations, including Wyndham, Broome, Port Hedland, Geraldton, Cocos Islands and Albany. Even Fremantle.

See entire article and more sea-level graphs.
https://pindanpost.com/2017/04/13/falling-sea-levels/

Thanks to Tom Harley for this info.

Harley describes himself as an “amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc.”

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3 thoughts on “West Australia has now had 6 years of falling sea levels

  1. The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Shit it isn’t the sky it is the sea! The sea is falling! The sea is falling! Sorry chicken little.

  2. some places on the WA coast have massive daily tides
    might be the absolute highest differences but theyre awesome
    Toms webpage is worth a browse too btw;-)

  3. I can see falling sea levels right here in coastal SC. Compared to 1990, low tides here (without an east wind or high astronomical tide) are now lower along the beach than back then. The water level is often 30 to 40 feet further out now at low tide than it used to be. Tidal rivers inland are also getting more shallow at low tide.

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