The estimate has been revised upwards, because ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica melt faster than expected.
New Predictions: In 2013, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change proposed this sea levels around the world to increase by between 52 and 98 centimeters by 2100. A new study in PNAS by a however, a group of 22 scientists foresee that the real level could exceed two meters if the emission growth continues along the flow trends – a result they describe as "plausible".
Complexity and Security: The study contains some great opportunities. The authors say that this is because better understanding of istab has increased the limits of uncertainty. However, they are convinced that previous estimates were too conservative.
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