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Lower satellite-gravimetry estimates of Antarctic sea-level contribution
King, M.A.; Bingham, R.J.; Moore, P.; Whitehouse, P.L.; Bentley, M.J.; Milne, G.A. (2012). Lower satellite-gravimetry estimates of Antarctic sea-level contribution. Nature (Lond.) 491(7425): 586-589.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • King, M.A.
  • Bingham, R.J.
  • Moore, P.
  • Whitehouse, P.L.
  • Bentley, M.J.
  • Milne, G.A.

    A new model of glacial isostatic adjustment used in conjunction with GRACE satellite data suggests that ice loss from Antarctica is contributing 0.19 millimetres per year to global mean sea level, which is substantially less than previous GRACE-based estimates.

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