A couple of new tools have been released by scientists to help answer the question of which is the best tool for measuring sea level rise.
Dr Peter Cairns and Dr Tom Cairnes from the University of Queensland have been developing the trimos instrument, which uses a tracer to measure the pressure difference between a buoy and a sea surface.
Its a bit like the difference between the sea and a surface, and the difference in pressure causes the buoy to rise.
The tracer also tells you the depth of the water in the sea.
But trims don’t work at the surface, so the scientists had to go beyond the buoy.
They built an ocean-sensing instrument called the Elevation Measurement Instrument (EMI).
The EMI is similar to a buoy in that it is built out of two pieces, and it measures the pressure differences between two pieces of the buoy’s structure.
Using a tracers measurement of sea level change, the team was able to determine how high the elevation of the ocean would rise if it were to rise by a certain amount.
That means that the EMI could be used to measure sea level if the tide changes and the ocean level falls.
The EMI can measure elevation in different parts of the world, including the Pacific Ocean and the Arctic Ocean, but it also works in the oceans of other parts of Earth.
There is a catch though, the EMi has a limited range of frequencies to measure, so it only measures elevation when it is above sea level.
That’s a problem if you want to measure it over a long time.
It’s important to note that the tracer measurement is not a reliable way to estimate the sea level at the top of the sea, so there is no way to know what the tide will be doing in the future.
So you have to be cautious when making a prediction.
It is still important to understand how ocean waves affect sea level and to use that information to predict sea level changes, the researchers said.
They have also developed a new method for measuring the depth at which the water has been rising, called a tide gauge.
It measures how deep the water is at the bottom of the pool.
This is important because if it is too shallow, the water will rise faster than the surface water.
That depth is then used to determine the height of the surface of the oceans.
What we know for sure about sea level The team’s study was published in the journal Nature Communications.
They compared the EMIs measurements of sea levels from the ocean floor with the ocean-level data from satellites.
At the surface level, the global average sea level is 2.9 metres above sea-level.
The average height of oceans at the ocean surface is 1.2 metres.