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Sea level falling around Australia
by Dr. G. LeBlanc Smith, PhD, AIG, AAPG

16 Aug 08 - The evidence can be seen from the history of sea level variations mapped as a time-curve derived from joining dots of observed and dated sea levels that track the natural melt-out of the last glaciation ice sheets.

Sea level rose about 130m in the 10,000 years between 17,000 and 7,000 years ago; with a maximum observed level ~8m above present sea level in marine deposits dated ~ 6000 years old in perched Antarctic lakes. It has subsequently fallen in steps as the planet has cooled to our present level. This is in the published science literature and much can be readily "Googled".

“I contend that those professional scientists and advisors that are knowingly complicit in climate science fraud and all that is derived from it, will continue to be exposed by the science itself.”

Dr. G. LeBlanc Smith is a retired CSIRO Principal Research Scientist (geosciences – sedimentology)
Thanks to Perry Debell for this link


See also:

Sea levels are also falling in the Maldives! (in the Indian Ocean)
See Sea levels are falling!

Sea levels are also falling in Tuvalu (in the Pacific Ocean)
See Falling Sea Levels 
Sea levels are also falling in the Arctic Ocean 
See Arctic Sea Level Falling
Claim that sea level is rising is total fraud
So says Dr. Nils-Axel Mörner, head of the Paleogeophysics and 
Geodynamics department at Stockholm University in Sweden. 
See Rising Sea Level Claim a Total Fraud

See also
Antarctic Ice Sheet Growing – Sea Levels Falling Worldwide
8 Nov 06 - Antarctic Ice Sheet Growing – Sea Levels Falling



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