- Sea levels have been rising for the past 20,000 years during the current interglacial
- Sea levels rose at much, much faster rates in the past [more than 40 times faster than today]
- There is no evidence of any human influence of or acceleration of sea levels
- Natural sea level rise was much greater than the present during the last interglacial, and during the current interglacial, without man-made CO2.
|Horizontal axis is thousands of years before the present. "msl" at 0 on vertical axis is modern day Mean Sea Level.Fig. 4.|