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HomeClimate411Increased snowfall will offset sea level rise from melting Antarctic ice sheet

Increased snowfall will offset sea level rise from melting Antarctic ice sheet

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Using modern methods to calculate projected changes to sea levels, researchers discovered that the two ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica respond differently, reflecting their very distinct local climates.

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