What scientists just discovered in Greenland could be making sea-level rise even worse – The Washington Post


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Let’s not jump to conclusions too quickly. Sea level is the level of the ocean surface relative to land surface and sea level rise is measured relative to changes in elevation along the coastlines. Elevations of the land surface are measured relative to sea level and the measurements are subject to constant adjustments due to a variety of factors. Here are some of the facts informed minds need to know

The layer of snow atop the glacier appears to be losing its capacity for absorbing water.

Source: What scientists just discovered in Greenland could be making sea-level rise even worse – The Washington Post

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