Sea Level May Rise 40 Percent Higher Than Predicted, Study Says

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: December 14, 2006   View Article

Global warming could push sea levels about 40 percent higher than current models predict, according to a study that takes a new approach to the calculation.

Most sea level models predict changes based on what we know about how ice sheets melt and warmer waters expand.

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