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EXPERT PROFESSOR MORNER EXPLAINS WHY INDIAN OCEAN LEVELS ARE STABLE

Posted 30 December 2016

What is interesting in this post, is the depth and detail of study of sea levels in the Indian Ocean undertaken by a leading world authority, Professor Nils-Axel Morner. His conclusion: "Available key site records in the Indian Ocean indicate an absence of traces of a rise in sea level, and provide firm indications of stable sea-level conditions over the last 50 years. Consequently, the present eustatic component in the Indian Ocean can be set at +/- 0.0 mm/yr." Of particular interest is the reference to the Maldives, often wrongly claimed to be in danger from rising ocean levels.

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