Glaciers Flow to Sea at a Faster Pace, Study Says

By ANDREW C. REVKIN, New York Times

The amount of ice flowing into the sea from large glaciers in southern Greenland has almost doubled in the last 10 years, possibly requiring scientists to increase estimates of how much the world's oceans could rise under the influence of global warming, according to a study being published today in the journal Science


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