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Iowa State Scientist Develops Lab Machine to Study Glacial Sliding Related to Rising Sea Levels


November 10, 2009

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Neal Iverson has created a glacier in a freezer that could help scientists understand how glaciers slide across their beds. That could help researchers predict how climate change accelerates glacier sliding and contributes to rising sea levels. Full Story

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