July 01, 2019
The ice melting rates in Antarctica has tripled between the year 2012 and 2017. The rising sea level rise is deeply concerning. The greatest ice melt is currently happening in West Antarctica, showing how glaciers and ice sheets are vulnerable to warmer ocean temperatures. Scientists think that if we don’t do anything about climate change quickly, then they fear that the ice in West Antarctica will collapse and cause and a rapid sea level rise around the globe.
According to an expert, there are three factors that contribute to global sea level rise.