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Hidden categories: Articles with short description Use dmy dates from September All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Articles needing additional references from August All articles needing additional references Commons category link from Wikidata. Sea levels have already risen about 8 inches compared to pre-industrial times. By , 26 major U. According to Climate Central estimates, million or more people are currently living on land that will either be submerged or exposed to chronic flooding by The current rate of warming could have them dancing a different routine forcing ice sheets to accommodate by melting, and sea levels in turn to rise.
Recent research showed the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, which contains enough ice to lift sea levels feet, appears to have entered collapse, mostly driven by warm water and, to a lesser degree, air melting its ice shelves from above and below. Losing them would send ice tumbling to the sea and, after it melted, lapping up against the shorelines around the world.
Dutton said her group is working on new techniques to better define the rates of rise, but other efforts have shown tipping points could cause sudden, rapid rises faster than previous estimates. You have free article s left. Already a subscriber? Sign in. See Subscription Options. China 2. Vietnam 3.
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