150,000 Years Of Sea Level History Suggests High Rates Of Future Sea Level Rise

From ThinkProgress Sun Dec 9 2012, 11:33:26

by Rob Painting, via Skeptical Science The last few million years of Earth's climate has been dominated by the ice age cycles. These consisted of long cool periods (glacials) where giant icesheets have grown on the continental land masses at, and near, the poles. With the water evaporated off the oceans being locked up as [...]

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