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NASA tool will help coastal cities plan for rising ocean levels

With rising sea levels being one of the most noticeable results of climate change, being able to locate and pinpoint which glaciers and ice sheets are contributing to local sea level rises will be very helpful in how we prepare for the future.
 

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This forward model captures the response to thickness changes in all of the main glaciated areas of ...
This forward model captures the response to thickness changes in all of the main glaciated areas of the world (including, among others, Alaskan and Canadian Arctic Glaciers, Himalayan Glaciers, Patagonia Glaciers, and the Greenland and Antarctica Ice Sheets), hence representing a truly global “ice” fingerprint.
NASA/JPL
The gradient of sea level rise near New York City with respect to ice loss from the Greenland Ice Sh...
The gradient of sea level rise near New York City with respect to ice loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet. Red indicates a larger impact on NYC local sea level rise.
NASA/JPL
A simulation by VESL of Columbia Glacier  Alaska.
A simulation by VESL of Columbia Glacier, Alaska.
NASA/JLP-Caltech

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