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Press Release 09-019 - Video
Researchers bring a new perspective to climate change and sea-level rise.

Oregon State University glacial geologist Peter U. Clark, along with University of Toronto professor of geophysics Jerry X. Mitrovica and graduate student Natalya Gomez, discusses the variation in sea-level rise around the world that would result from melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.

Credit: University of Toronto, Oregon State University, and National Science Foundation

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