Rapid sea-level rise along the Antarctic margins in response to increased glacial discharge

@inproceedings{Rye2014RapidSR,
  title={Rapid sea-level rise along the Antarctic margins in response to increased glacial discharge},
  author={Craig D. Rye and Alberto C. Naveira Garabato and Paul R. Holland and Michael P Meredith and A. J. George Nurser and Chris W. Hughes and Andrew C. Coward and David John Webb},
  year={2014}
}
Melting of the Antarctic ice sheet and ice shelves reduces the salinity of the coastal seas. Satellite and model data suggest that the freshwater discharge has also caused coastal Antarctic sea level to rise by about 2 mm yr−1 more than the regional mean. 

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