Sea level rise along the Mediterranean coast of EgyptAuthor(s): A.Parker
It is shown in the paper that the tide gauge of Alexandria, Egypt and the other tide gauges of the Mediterranean having enough quality and length all exhibit a low rate of rise without any sign of acceleration with oscillations about this trend. The misinterpretation of these oscillations is the only way to support non existing accelerating statements. The behaviour of the tide gauges of theMediterranean is consistent with the behaviour of the other tide gauges of the world. The sea level result is in harmony with the trends for temperatures showing over the last century oscillations about a constant gradient.