Fig. 1 Equatorial Band |

*World Ocean Database*(WOD) zone data for WOD Zones bordering the warm equatorial band around the globe (

__Fig. 1__,

__Fig. 2__).

Fig. 2 Water Temperature @ Equatorial Zones |

One of the reasons that there was no extensive use of sea level rise or fall graphs is that I had lost all source code and data on two drives due to a defective installation program.

I then had to use PSMSL graphs because I had not downloaded the

*Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level*(PSMSL) data to replace the previous data.

Now I have finally been able to do that.

Fig. 3 Sea Level Rise @ Equatorial Zones |

It processes PSMSL and WOD zone data as you can see at

__Fig. 3__(sea level rise history in the WOD zones outlined in

__Fig. 1__, and graphed as to mean average temperatures in

__Fig. 2__).

The software modules that analyze all of the upward and downward temperature movement, then condenses the data into mean averages per zone, were also presented.

Then the mean average effects for

*all equatorial zones*was calculated:

(The Warming Science Commentariat - 9, emphasis in original). The same WOD zone data that produced a net "Per-zone averages for 62 WOD Zones

(temperatures are in deg. C)

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Concerning change trends, the average was91 upward&88 downwardtrends.

Average changes per depth level were:

0-200m = 0.975682

200-400m = 0.0452542

400-600m = 0.00631903

600-800m = -0.0922035

800-1000m = -0.103676

1000-3000m = -0.453491

>3000m = 0.40285

Average change, all 7 levels: 0.111534

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Years involved: 1961 -> 2016 (55 yrs)

Average annual change per zone:

(0.111534 ÷ 55):

0.00202788 C per year

*" (0.003650184 F) temperature increase result, for*

**0.00202788 C per year***all zones and all depths combined*, has stark contrast with the PSMSL data on sea level rise.

Fig. 4 Mean Average of 134 Tide Gauge Stations |

That is, the

*graph of the sea level rise*in the same equatorial zones (

__Fig. 3__) is in stark contrast to the minuscule

*temperature rise*graph (Fig. 2).

What we would expect from the warm-water equatorial regions around the Earth is

*a stark rise in temperatures*to match

*the stark rise in sea level*in the exact same equatorial zones.

We don't though, because the thermal expansion hypothesis is an ill advised myth (ibid), partially induced by Church et. al. PDF in 2011 ("

*Rising ... ocean thermal expansion ... is an important element of ... sea-level rise*").

Prior to that, the myth was perpetuated in the IPCC 4th assessment (

*ibid*, The Warming Science Commentariat - 9).

The bottom line question is: "did warming of

__0.002 C yr__(

__Fig. 2__) cause the SLR and SLF pattern shown in

__Fig. 3__and

__Fig. 4__?"

The PSMSL station counts (and links) for each of the WOD Zones used to produce

__Fig. 3__and

__Fig. 4__are as follows:

WOD Zone [1000] had [2] PSMSL stations:Remember that all of these zones have the equator as either their southern or their northern border.

Stn# 1049, Stn# 389

WOD Zone [1001] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1002] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1003] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1004] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1005] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1006] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1007] had [4] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 438, Stn# 1072, Stn# 1258, Stn# 1753

WOD Zone [1008] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1009] had [5] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 2195, Stn# 1752, Stn# 1676, Stn# 446, Stn# 2230

WOD Zone [1010] had [25] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1595, Stn# 1594, Stn# 1591, Stn# 1593, Stn# 1677, Stn# 248, Stn# 1702, Stn# 1678, Stn# 1589, Stn# 1592, Stn# 1703, Stn# 1183, Stn# 1746, Stn# 1534, Stn# 2032, Stn# 1351, Stn# 2068, Stn# 2033, Stn# 1248, Stn# 2034, Stn# 1275, Stn# 1894, Stn# 724, Stn# 1895, Stn# 1896

WOD Zone [1011] had [12] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1730, Stn# 1819, Stn# 1833, Stn# 1893, Stn# 1879, Stn# 1733, Stn# 1876, Stn# 1834, Stn# 1877, Stn# 1734, Stn# 2155, Stn# 207

WOD Zone [1012] had [11] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1709, Stn# 2156, Stn# 537, Stn# 2152, Stn# 2153, Stn# 2175, Stn# 260, Stn# 2154, Stn# 2158, Stn# 2174, Stn# 1708

WOD Zone [1013] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1252

WOD Zone [1014] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [1015] had [4] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 528, Stn# 1473, Stn# 1370, Stn# 1925

WOD Zone [1016] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 513

WOD Zone [1017] had [6] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1381, Stn# 1579, Stn# 1739, Stn# 1804, Stn# 1217, Stn# 1838

WOD Zone [3000] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3001] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 938

WOD Zone [3002] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3003] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 2183, Stn# 1600

WOD Zone [3004] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 2198

WOD Zone [3005] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1846

WOD Zone [3006] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3007] had [3] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1740, Stn# 2190, Stn# 1707

WOD Zone [3008] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3009] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3010] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 2193, Stn# 2199

WOD Zone [3011] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 2197, Stn# 2200

WOD Zone [3012] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [3013] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 2274

WOD Zone [3014] had [7] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1303, Stn# 439, Stn# 1610, Stn# 1609, Stn# 1860, Stn# 1304, Stn# 1254

WOD Zone [3015] had [4] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1164, Stn# 1608, Stn# 1373, Stn# 1861

WOD Zone [3016] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1374, Stn# 1844

WOD Zone [3017] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1452, Stn# 1839

WOD Zone [5000] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5001] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1831

WOD Zone [5002] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5003] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 556, Stn# 559

WOD Zone [5004] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 589, Stn# 580

WOD Zone [5005] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1975

WOD Zone [5006] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5007] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1277, Stn# 771

WOD Zone [5008] had [4] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 555, Stn# 544, Stn# 927, Stn# 475

WOD Zone [5009] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1645

WOD Zone [5010] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5011] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5012] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5013] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5014] had [1] PSMSL station:

, Stn# 1555

WOD Zone [5015] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 1450

WOD Zone [5016] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [5017] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 575, Stn# 1329

WOD Zone [7000] had [2] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1313, Stn# 331

WOD Zone [7001] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7002] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7003] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7004] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7005] had [1] PSMSL station:

Stn# 2012

WOD Zone [7006] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7007] had [7] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 456, Stn# 639, Stn# 163, Stn# 581, Stn# 1783, Stn# 1530, Stn# 169

WOD Zone [7008] had [5] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 464, Stn# 844, Stn# 2189, Stn# 668, Stn# 1571

WOD Zone [7009] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7010] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7011] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7012] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7013] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7014] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7015] had [3] PSMSL stations:

Stn# 1361, Stn# 801, Stn# 1371

WOD Zone [7016] had [0] PSMSL stations.

WOD Zone [7017] had [0] PSMSL stations.

Total PSMSL stations: 134

So, they are similar zones in terms of ocean temperature (we are not comparing apples and oranges).

Stay tuned, spread the word,

**gravity is wireless**(The Gravity of Sea Level Change, 2, 3, 4; The Ghost-Water Constant, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).