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Climate explained: when Antarctica melts, will gravity changes lift up land and lower sea levels?

By Robert McLachlan, Professor in Applied Mathematics, Massey University
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When Antarctica's land-based ice melts, the land bounces up slightly as the weight of the ice lifts. This affects sea levels across the world, but not enough to offset sea-level rise.

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