Sea Surface Anomalies

(Hat tip to Susan Stone.)

The graphic below shows sea surface temperature anomalies relative to the 1971-2000 baseline
First data are courtesy of the Climate Reanalyzer, a joint project of the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, and the National Science Foundation. They are updated daily.

This is from 24th July 2015. Click on image to see a bigger version.

Second data are courtesy of the University of Coloradu CU Sea Level Research Group.
The graphic below shows global sea level rise relative to what it was about 1995

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