Antarctic ice cliffs may not contribute to sea-level rise as much as predicted

From MIT Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office Monday, October 21, 2019 Study finds even the tallest ice cliffs should support their own weight rather than collapsing catastrophically. Read this at MIT News Antarctica’s ice sheet spans close to twice the area of the contiguous United States, and its land…

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“Terrifying Sea-Level Prediction Now Looks Far Less Likely”… But “marine ice-cliff instability” is “just common sense”

Guest AEUHHH???? by David Middleton A Terrifying Sea-Level Prediction Now Looks Far Less Likely But experts warn that our overall picture of sea-level rise looks far scarier today than it did even five years ago. ROBINSON MEYER JAN 4, 2019 One of the scariest scenarios for near-term, disastrous sea-level rise may be off the table…

Newsbytes -Heavy Snowfall Rejuvenates Himalayan Glaciers

via the GWPF and Dr. Benny Peiser New Evidence Undermines Climate Alarmism With high-altitude mountains in Himachal Pradesh experiencing up to 100 cm fresh snowfall in November month after 10 years, the abundance of snow on mountains has rejuvenated nearly one thousand Himalayan glaciers and has ensured uninterrupted supply of water for drinking, irrigation and…