lished an analysis of the Honolulu tide gauge which goes back to imperial times, yet we were NOT able to detect an expected climatic drift. Too short! It is hard to request many 100-year time series by 2025, but we shall have made a start. We need to think what it takes in our society to commit for long-term observations.
Colosi, J.A. and W. Munk. 2006. Tales of the Venerable Honolulu Tide Gauge. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 36: 967-996.
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