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If you look at the sea level anomaly, there consistently is a high or fast rising area just north of Australia.It seems to be in part related to ENSO (El Niño/La Niña) ocean currents, but there seems to be a persistent element of it. As if the sea level is increasing in both El Niño years and La Niña years.<SNIP> Anyway, much of the sea levels are rising due to thermal expansion, and thus the sea levels and temperatures are closely intertwined.
INDEED THEY ARE - There is only one physical cause, however.
Are not the winds of the earth steered in their direction of initial movement by by the Coriolis Effect?