Antarctic melt could raise sea levels faster

Deutsche-Welle: Cold, white, forever icy – the Antarctic should be the last place to melt in a warming climate. But a new study shows the ice continent could become the major contributor to sea level rise before the end of the century. Melting ice from the frozen continent of Antarctica currently makes up less than 10 percent of the observed rise in global sea levels - the rest comes from the thermal expansion of warming seas, and from melting glaciers and the Greenland ice sheet. But a new analysis by an......

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