Antarctic temperature and global sea level closely coupled over the past five glacial cycles
Ice cores from Antarctica record temperature and atmospheric carbon dioxide variations over the past six glacial cycles1,2. Yet concomitant records of sea-level fluctuations - needed to reveal rates and magnitudes of ice-volume change that provide context to projections for the future3-9 - remain elusive. Reconstructions indicate fast rates of sea-level rise up to 5 cm yr-1 during glacial terminations10, and 1-2 cm yr-1 during interglacials11,12 and within the past glacial cycle13. However,...[Show more]
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