Satellite images taken between 2002 and 2010 showed that glaciers remained about the same size. But since 2009 it is different.
Glaciers in parts of the Antarctic that was thought to remain stable since 2009, have been melting dangerously fast. A group of researchers wrote this in the journal Science, published yesterday.
According to the scientists, the water level is increasing to dangerous levels for the coasts from New York to Shanghai.
This undated photo courtesy of NASA shows Thwaites Glacier in Western Antarctica. Ice in west Antarctica is melting at an accelerating rate, new research shows.
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