El Nino can raise sea levels along the U.S. West Coast, on top of warming-caused sea level rise.
Climate change is causing the ice sheets to melt at an alarming rate. What would happen if all of the frozen ice in the ocean melted?
The remains of Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf are likely to disintegrate by the end of the decade, speeding the way for sea level rise.
Antarctica's ice shelves are thinning, and at an increasing rate, which bodes ill for potential sea level rise.
Two valleys underneath Totten Glacier in East Antarctica may be letting in warm ocean water that is melting the glacier's ice shelf.
Flooding and high tides along the East Coast in 2009 and 2010 were triggered by a major change in wind patterns and offshore currents. Continue reading →
The rise and fall of sea level during the past million years matches up with valleys and ridges on the seafloor, suggesting a link, two new studies find.
The rate of sea level rise over the past couple decades was underestimated until recently, with possible implications for future rise.
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