New Climate Model has Antarctic Ice Sheet Melting Faster, Rising Sea Level As Much as 3 Feet By 2100


Newswise — A study published in today's Nature gives estimates of sea levels rising twice what previous studies have warned. The rapid melting of Antarctic's Ice Sheet could raise the sea level as much as three feet by the end of this century. The newer model suggests that sea levels could rise as much as 13 meters by 2500 should the Antarctic Ice Shelf, roughly the size of Mexico, continue to melt.

As reported by New York Times and Reuters on Wednesday, March 30th.

The study published in Nature.

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