Relative sea level change is primarily related to subsidence or post-glacial rebound [land height changes] rather than melting ice or steric sea level changes [thermal expansion from warming]. Global mean sea levels are rising at only about 1-1.6 mm/year, equivalent to 4-7 inches per century and without any evidence of acceleration. Without acceleration, there is no evidence of any human effect on global sea levels.
|The land at along the coast of Bangkok is sinking up to 20 times faster than the rate of global sea level rise|
|Sea level rise is primarily a local phenomenon primarily due to land height changes rather than global warming.|