2009/05/25

Welcome to The 100 Metre Line!

Hi!

Welcome to the 100 Metre Line blog.















There are many possible representations of the impact of climate change on humanity, but perhaps the most difficult to grapple with yet the easiest to show is that of sea level rise.

I hope you are able to participate in the 350 Day, and use the idea presented herein to give your community a sense of urgency about the real issues that now confront humanity.

See you beside a sign on 24 October!

Kind regards, Nigel and grandson.
Auckland New Zealand

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Thanks. N

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3 comments:

  1. HI Nigel, I can't read the graph as the writing is small, is there an original source for the chart that I can go to so I can read the information? Thank you, Milie

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  2. Hi Milliepickle!

    The chart is created from the data in the Date and Corresponding Sea Levels section below.

    Thanks

    N

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