NASA: polar ice loss adds to rising sea levels
NASA study of Greenland, Antarctic ice sheets shows net loss over 10 years; not enough ice loss to account for sea level rise
According to a PR Newswire report and an item on the National Aeronautics and Space Administration web site, a NASA study of the massive ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica has found a net loss of ice between 1992 and 2002. In the first comprehensive inventory of ice losses over a complete....
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Bigger loss in Antarctica than Greenland gain
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