Future Ice Melt Patterns In Antarctica

Planetsave: One of the main impacts of climate change is sea level rise, brought about through melting of the world’s ice sheets and glaciers, as well as through thermal expansion of the oceans. The vast majority of world’s fresh water is locked up in the massive ice sheets covering Antarctica and Greenland. Of the two, Antarctica is by far the larger, holding about twelve times as much ice as Greenland. While the antarctic continent has not yet contributed a great deal to rising sea levels, it has the potential......

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