Study: Sea levels could rise 2 feet by 2100

05/14/2013 | New Scientist

Sea levels will rise only about 2 feet by 2100 if carbon dioxide levels continue to rise rapidly, according to a study of melting ice sheets. A team of scientists built models to predict how changes in the atmosphere affect the sea and ice. They still expect sea levels to rise drastically at some point, but not as quickly as first believed.

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