According to a report by Mother Nature Network, ice loss in Antarctica's ice sheets, which contain enough water to raise sea levels by an unprecedented 190 feet, is rapidly on the rise. According to a study published in Nature, since 2012 the rate of ice loss in the Antarctic has tripled.
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The fate of Antarctica will be decided within just 10 years, according to climate scientists, as the rate of ice loss has increased rapidly... One News Page Staff - WorldAlso reported by •NPR •SmartBrief
A new study published in the scientific journal, Nature, says the rate at which ice is melting on Antarctica has tripled in recent years (). WCCO Mid-Morning - June 14, 2018 Source: CBS 4 WCCO Minnesota -
Britain was repeatedly submerged under a massive ice sheet that generated icebergs more than three times the height of Big Ben, according to new research. The study shows for the first time that the.. Source: SWNS STUDIO -
Ice losses in Antarctica have tripled since 2012, causing global sea levels to rise by 0.12 inch (3 millimeters) in the last 5 years alone, according to a major study. Professor Andrew Shepherd, of the.. Source: Wochit News -
Antarctica today is a hotbed of scientific activity. Scientists are shooting weather balloons into space, hunting for galactic particles, and flying across the continent to chart our changing climate... Source: Seeker -