30 Jun '15, 2pm

Alaska’s Rapidly Melting Glaciers: A Major Driver of Global Sea Level Rise

Alaska’s Rapidly Melting Glaciers: A Major Driver of Global Sea Level Rise

He and his colleagues calculated that Alaska is losing ice at the rate of 75 billion metric tons a year . Such research is just one more piece of careful cross-checking in the great mosaic of climate research: another systematic confirmation that overall, glaciers are not losing ice in response to some natural cycle of change of the kind that occasionally confuses the picture for climate science.

Full article: http://ecowatch.com/2015/06/30/alaska-glaciers-sea-level-...

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