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on August 13, 2010

Scientists Say Loss of Greenland's Ice Could Raise Sea Level by 1 Meter by Century's End

There is evidence that the ice covering much of Greenland is melting at an increasing rate and is on track to disappear entirely if temperatures rise 2 degrees Celsius, leading to a sea level rise of as much as one meter across the planet by the end...

There is evidence that the ice covering much of Greenland is melting at an increasing rate and is on track to disappear entirely if temperatures rise 2 degrees Celsius, leading to a sea level rise of as much as one meter across the planet by the end of the 21st

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