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There could be a rise in global sea levels by over three metres: Experts

There could be a rise in global sea levels by over three metres: Experts

An international team, including researchers from University of Southampton in the UK, looked at what might happen if carbon dioxide emissions continue unabated.

Abrupt sea level rise seen 15,000 years ago could happen again

Abrupt sea level rise seen 15,000 years ago could happen again

Global warming is replicating conditions that triggered an abrupt sea level rise of several meters in the ocean around Antarctica some 15,000 years ago, warns a study.

Global heat, sea level hit record highs in 2015

Global heat, greenhouse gases and sea levels all climbed to record highs last year, making 2015 the worst in modern times across a range of key environmental indicators.

Sea level swings may rise due to dueling climate cycles!

Sea level swings may rise due to dueling climate cycles!

Over the last 30 years, the seesaw’s wobbles have been more extreme, causing variations in sea levels up to three times higher than those observed in the previous 30 years.

Sea level rising faster than ever: Report

Sea level rising faster than ever: Report

Global sea level rose by about 14 centimeters, or 5.5 inches, from 1900 to 2000, the scientists said in a latest report.

Increasing water on land slowing down rising seas

Increasing water on land slowing down rising seas

The water gains over land were spread globally but taken together, they equal the volume of Lake Huron, the world’s seventh largest lake.

World split over carbon-cutting in climate battle

World split over carbon-cutting in climate battle

A pivotal question has split world powers along unfamiliar lines as they haggle over how to avert catastrophic global warming: Should they set a goal of entirely eliminating carbon-belching industries?