Iceland Rises 1.4 inches year due to Climate Change

News Maine: A study has found that Iceland's region under ice has been shrinking at a faster rate due to climate change. It is causing a gradual rise in the level of the earth's crust. According to researchers associated with the study, the ice part of the region is rising as much as 1.4 inches every year, much faster than previously thought. The research was conducted by research teams from the University of Arizona and the University of Iceland. The detailed report with findings of the team has been published......

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