Eustatic Sea-Level Rise

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Eustatic Sea-Level Rise (English)
海水準上昇 (日本語)
Elévation du niveau des mers et océans (Français)
This image shows regional patterns of sea level change, as observed by Topex and Jason 1 satellites during the period 1993-2007.

World-wide changes in sea level over decades to centuries caused by the addition of water from the melting of glacial ice and/or thermal expansion of sea water due to global warming.

A NOAA website Sea Levels Online has graphs of sea level data for many coastal locations around the country over the last 40 to 50 years and projections into the future.

Also see the full article Sea Level Rise.