Study says sea levels rising quicker than thought

Deutsche-Welle: US researchers have used probability theory to calculate that the global mean sea level rose slower throughout most of the 20th century than previously thought. But more recently, it may be rising faster. A new study helps clarify the mystery of why the sea levels seem to have risen faster than was expected during most of the 20th century. So far, researchers assumed that worldwide, the oceans have been rising constantly by 1.6 to 1.9 millimeters per year. But this was far more than could be......

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