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Sea levels may rise as much as 69 centimeters (27 inches) through 2100 as water temperatures rise, glaciers melt in the Andes and Himalayas and ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica shed water, European scientists said.
The new estimate exceeds a previous forecast of as much as 59 centimeters by the United Nationsí Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2007, which didnít fully account for the effects of melting ice, researchers with the independent Ice2sea project of 24 institutions in Europe and Chile said today.
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