The University of Hawaii (http://uhslc.soest.hawaii.edu/) has a series of tide gauge records that can be used to look at the spatial patterns of sea level rise. We got these files a very long time ago, and there has been a lot of work in this area since then.
Select global base map for display
| Open database
with locations of the tide gauges.
|Map of the US showing the rate of sea level rise.
Negative values imply drops in sea level.
|Plot, Color code by DB field
|Tidal record, time series.|
Consider the geologic and plate tectonic settings, and how they might correlate with the sea level rise.
Last revised 8/3/2018