The graphs below from NOAA Satellite ocean measurements by latitude clearly show the increased evaporation is mitigating all the global ocean rise due to Northern Glacier melt. These Measurements have been made since 1993. We have had 40 years of warming in the North and so far the increase at any latitude is the same as it has been since 1880 when the manual measurements started. The historic rate is 2.6 mm/year.
Since 1880 we have had global sea rise of 354 mm. This is over 137 years. The yearly rate is 2.6 mm per year. In 100 years the seas will rise 260 mm. The satellite measurement data shows a very similar rate. Even at the 3.2 mm rate the rise would be 320 mm. This is certainly not much to care about because the rate since 1880 is the same as it is now.
Additionally “Latent heat of evaporation” cools the oceans down.
The NOAA Satellite Altimetry data is not correct. Their recent launch of Jason-3 Satellite has a minimum resolution of 25 mm. They say they are measuring a 3 mm/year rise which is impossible. The tide gauges however are more accurate and reliable. Soon I will get graphs made for those. Until then you can go to the link below and see the NOAA tide gauges by latitude. Some of them have decreasing seal level. http://www.sealevel.info/MSL_global_trendtable5_L.html
Juneau Alaska graph. Where the Glaciers are melting back 60 feet. Graph of sea level. This is increased evaporation on steroids.
Correct Ocean rise by latitude from RAD’s software. Updated 3/15/2018
Altimetry data are provided by the NOAA Laboratory for Satellite Altimetry
Ocean rise by latitude since 1993.
Global rise 2.6 mm/year
60° North ocean rise 3.2 mm/year
50° North ocean rise 3.2 mm/year
40° North ocean rise 2.8 mm/year
30° North ocean rise 2.8 mm/year
20° North ocean rise 2.4 mm/year
10° North ocean rise 2.8 mm/year
10° South ocean rise 2.4 mm/year
20° South ocean rise 2.4 mm/year
30° South ocean rise 2.4 mm/year
40° South ocean rise 2.4 mm/year
50° South ocean rise 2.0 mm/year
60° South ocean rise 2.0 mm/year