(sort of?for now, anyway) - Researchers say that ocean levels will definitely rise during the next 100 years, but they're not likely to rise more than 7 feet. This would still be high enough to flood most coastal cities around the world. Is this good news or bad news?
In BBC News, Richard Black quotes USGS researcher Shad O?Neel as saying, "Even a sea level rise of 8 inches in a century will have quite dramatic implications. This work is in no way meant to undermine the seriousness of climate change, and sea level rise is something we're going to have to deal with."
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