Why sea level rise varies from place to place

Posted In Inform, Sea Level Rise
Aug
16


Adelaide, Australia. Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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In the 20th century, ocean levels rose by a global average of about 14 centimeters, mainly due to melting ice and warming waters. Some coastal areas saw more sea level rise than others. Here’s why…

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