The research, published in the journal Environmental Research Letters, used the latest satellite technology to measure sea level rise
It found that sea levels have been rising by 3.2mm per year for the last 30 years, rather than the 2mm previously calculated.
If the trend continues then sea levels could be rising by 9mm per year within a century. The total rise by 2100 could be 1.2m.
Right, so sea level rises have been much less than the alarmists have been telling us.
And, err, why should a one off correction be then straight line projected as an acceleration of level rise rather than what it is, a one off correction of previous estimates?
3.2 mm a year means 32 cm by 2100. About a foot.