Humanity May Never See < 400 ppm CO2 Ever Again

Discussion in 'Weather' started by xcel, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. NeilBlanchard

    NeilBlanchard Well-Known Member

    Rising ocean levels are affected by many things - tectonic plates, gravitational changes, and other things. We have better data now, from things like the GRACE satellites.

    The GRACE satellites also tell us a lot about ice sheets:

    Antarctica and the YUUUUUGE mass of ice sitting there are changing the shape of the earth, and if all the Antarctic ice melts - it will make Mt Chimborazo (in Ecuador) TALLER than Mt Everest:

    Science is amazing, and very often mind blowing!
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