Sea levels rose faster in 20th century than in previous 2,700 years, says study

Sea levels rose faster in 20th century than in previous 2,700 years, says study

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Scientists have modeled a history of the planet’s sea levels spanning back 3,000 years, and concluded that the rate of increase last century “was extremely likely faster than during any of the 27 previous centuries…”

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New Data Reveal Stunning Acceleration of Sea Level Rise; Natura America (02-22-2016)

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