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'It is the kind of study that changes how people think about our past climate and what our future holds'
World’s biggest ice sheets likely more stable than previously believed: 'Until now, many research groups have studied this shoreline and concluded that during a warm period three million years ago, the Greenland, West Antarctic and a fraction of East Antarctic ice sheets collapsed, raising the sea level at least 35 metres. But the new findings by Rowley and his team suggest that these ice sheets, particularly the East Antarctic Ice Sheet (the world’s largest), were probably more stable'
By: Marc Morano - Climate DepotMay 23, 2013 2:05 PM
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