Antarctic glacier melt is unstoppable

Ice collapse could raise global sea level by more than 4 meters in coming centuries

DONE FOR  Thwaites Glacier, on the Amundsen Coast of West Antarctica, is part of a rapidly and irreversibly melting region of the continent's ice sheet.


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