Paleoclimatologist studies sea levels in a desert

Seth Shulman
Grist

Exactly how much did the sea level rise three million years ago? Okay. Probably not a question you've asked yourself lately. But the question and, more importantly, its answer are significant.

They will help scientists understand how fast and how high our current sea levels are likely to rise as today's global warming trend melts the remaining ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica.
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