Antarctica and Greenland have been losing mass at an increasing
rate over recent decades. The reducing volume of ice in
Antarctica and Greenland has been a significant contribution to
global sea level rise and will continue to be so in the future.
Much of the mass loss occurs at the edge of the ice sheets where
glaciers flow into the ocean. Interactions between the ice and
the ocean are important in controlling the ablation rate of the
glaciers. As such, there...[Show more]
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