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intensifying winds could increase east Antarctica’s contribution to sea level rise


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Totten Glacier, the largest glacier in East Antarctica, is being melted from below by warm water that reaches the ice when winds over the ocean are strong — a cause for concern because the glacier holds more than 11 feet of sea level rise and acts as a plug that helps lock in the ice of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet.

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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/11/171101141643.htm

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