Uneven rates of sea level rise tied to climate change

Uneven rates of sea level rise tied to climate change


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The pattern of uneven sea level rise over the last quarter century has been driven in part by human-caused climate change, not just natural variability, according to a new study.

The findings suggest that regions of the world where seas have risen at higher than average rates — including the Eastern Seaboard of the United States and the Gulf of Mexico — can expect the trend to continue as the climate warms…

Read Full Article; Science Daily (12-03-2018)

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