Increased loss of ice could trigger sea level rise of up to 10cm by end of century
Greenland’s ice is starting to melt faster than at any time in the past 12,000 years, research has shown, which will raise sea levels and could have a marked impact on ocean currents.
New measurements show the rate of melting matches any in the geological record for the Holocene period – defined as the period since the last ice age – and is likely to accelerate, according to a paper published in the journal Nature.
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Fiona Harvey Environment correspondent