Connection of sea level and groundwater missing link in climate response

Posted In Climate Change, Inform

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About 250 million years ago, when the Earth had no ice caps and the water around the equator was too hot for reptiles, sea level still rose and fell over time. Now, an international team of researchers has developed a way to track sea-level rise and fall and to tease out what caused the changes in the absence of ice sheets…

Read Full Article; Science Daily (04-03-2018)

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