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As the planet warms, we expect increased snow and ice loss rates from the Arctic. This causes sea levels to rise and potentially alter huge ocean currents that are critical in regulating our climate. A new project will focus on developing innovative computer models and solutions on this issue, with results to inform leading international sea level rise assessments.
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This article was published on 6 May, 2021