[–] THEx1138 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Give me a million bucks and I will predict anything that gets me another million.

[–] Guy_Justsome 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Interesting how varied the apparent sea level rise measurements are between locations. At San Diego and La Jolla it's 2 mm/year. Further up the coast in LA it's significantly lower at 1 mm/yr. Further north in San Francisco it's 2 mm/yr, yet right across the bay in Alameda it's half that.

Each city's measurement is derived from a wealth of data and modelled identically, with narrow (non-overlapping) confidence intervals.
Clearly something else - like tectonic activity - is at play in these observations.
It's plausible that all or most of the apparent sea level rise observed on the California coast west of the San Andreas fault could be due to ground movement.