One implication of climate change is sea level rise. The rising global temperature is causing both land ice and sea ice to melt. Land ice and sea ice are not the same. They form differently, and the consequences of their melting affect the planet in different ways.
- Climate change, melting ice and sea level rise
- Satellites measure sea ice thickness
- Glaciers provide global climate puzzle
- Disappearing glaciers
- Rising seas – a Connected series article
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