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Greenland ice sheet

Sea level rise accelerates as ice-sheets melt

Geoff Ebbs /4 October, 2016

At over 400 parts per million, atmospheric CO2 levels are now as high a 3 million years in the┬áPliocene period. At that time, the world was 3C warmer; oceans were 8 to 25 metres higher, and the world was a dramatically different place. The West Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets are melting at double the Continue Reading →