Melting Arctic ice could nearly fill Lake Erie: Study

Vancouver Sun: Over the six years Alex Gardner monitored Canada's Arctic glaciers and ice caps, he says they lost almost as much water as there is in Lake Erie. The ice loss has increased sharply "in direct response to warmer summer temperatures" since 2004 -- so sharply that Gardner and his colleagues say the Canadian Arctic Archipelago was the single largest contributor to global sea-level rise outside Greenland and Antarctica between 2007 and 2009. "Even though these Canadian glaciers and ice caps are......

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