Eurasian ice sheet collapse raised seas eight metres: study

Eurasian ice sheet collapse raised seas eight metres: study


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The study showed that the entire Eurasian ice sheet melted in a matter of a few centuries, adding more than four centimetres to sea levels annually—around 4.5-7.9 metres in total.

Ice sheets melting or breaking away as global temperatures rise are subject to what climate scientists term temperature “tipping points”.

Many researchers fear that the ice sheets in Greenland and West Antarctica will continue to melt even if warming is slowed as carbon emissions are cut…

Read Full Article, PhysOrg (04-20-2020)

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