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Climate change experts led by the University of Sheffield say advances in simulations are creating a more accurate picture of the future, and current global sea-level rise due to Antarctic ice loss might only be half what has been reported in major studies in the last few years.
Scientists from 12 specialist centres across the world have – for the first time – collectively studied advances in both observations and simulations of ice-sheet mass changes.
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