Ice-sheet losses track high-end sea-level rise projections

@article{Slater2020IcesheetLT,
  title={Ice-sheet losses track high-end sea-level rise projections},
  author={T. Slater and A. Hogg and R. Mottram},
  journal={Nature Climate Change},
  year={2020},
  volume={10},
  pages={879 - 881}
}
  • T. Slater, A. Hogg, R. Mottram
  • Published 2020
  • Environmental Science
  • Nature Climate Change
  • Observed ice-sheet losses track the upper range of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report sea-level predictions, recently driven by ice dynamics in Antarctica and surface melting in Greenland. Ice-sheet models must account for short-term variability in the atmosphere, oceans and climate to accurately predict sea-level rise. 

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