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Scientists still don’t know how far melting in Antarctica will go – or the sea level rise it will unleash

By Chen Zhao, Research associate, University of Tasmania
Rupert Gladstone, Adjunct professor, University of Lapland
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If the world is to adapt to sea level rise with minimal cost, we must address the uncertainty surrounding Antarctica’s melting ice sheet. This requires significant investment in scientific capacity.

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