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Sea level rise: It's worse than we thought - Jakobshavn has doubled its speed in the past 15 years, draining increasing amounts of ice from the Greenland ice sheet into the ocean, and Holland, an oceanographer at New York University, has been trying to find out why. Scientists like him are more than a little astonished at the rate at which our planet's frozen frontiers seem to be responding to global warming. The crucial question, though, is what will happen over the next few decades and centuries.

The non-existing Global Warming strikes again
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Roddy Wrote the following on 07/10/2009 12:17 AM :
He needs to fix his ruler. Nobody else is measuring sea level rise around the world. Some land sinks and some rises.


CC Wrote the following on 07/10/2009 5:54 PM :
It sure isn't rising here - we are losing coastal wetlands here at an alarming level, which act as a buffer against surges when hurricanes hit.


CC Wrote the following on 07/10/2009 5:56 PM :
water is definitely rising around our coast, but building dams is a large cause of it.


nrp888 Wrote the following on 07/11/2009 03:27 AM :
Geologist can prove that once upon a time sea level was well over 600 ft higher then it is today. Theres been global tropical conditions and global ice ages... peoples' prospective of what is "normal" for earth is what is off.


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