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  1. Sea levels in Seattle have increased at a steady rate of 0.68 feet per 100 years, based on historic measured tide gage data from NOAA. See this web site:
    http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/sltrends_station.shtml?stnid=9447130 Seattle, Puget Sound, WA

    There is no real basis for the claims that sea levels will rise by 2.6 feet or 7 feet, or more. Globally, sea level rise has NOT accelerated. As found and reported by many researchers who specialize in this, including the eminent professor Bob Dean and other coastal experts. See for example this web site:

    http://chl.erdc.usace.army.mil/dirs/events/319/01%2087th%20CERB%20Dean.pdf

    Dean and Houston conclude the following:
    “We Are Becoming Increasingly Convinced that There has Been a Very Small Negative Acceleration in the U. S. Gages During the 20th Century”

    USFWS does not have any an expertise in sea level rise, and their alarmist claims are highly speculative and not supported by the NOAA tide gage data. Similarly, the IPCC panel is focused on atmospheric changes, not sea level rise. All these alarmist claims of sea level rise are based on dubious models, not real data.

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