1. This giant glacier in Antarctica is melting, and it could raise sea levels by 5 feet, scientists say  KMJ Now
  2. Climactic Risk of Global Sea Level Rise as Antarctica’s Denman Glacier Has Retreated Almost 3 Miles  SciTechDaily
  3. An East Antarctic Glacier Is Retreating Really Fast  IFLScience
  4. Huge East Antarctic Glacier Especially Susceptible to Climate Impacts  Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  5. Antarctic Glacier Has Retreated 3 Miles in 22 Years  Scientific American
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UCI, NASA scientists assess ice sheet with potential to raise global sea levels nearly 5 feet. East Antarctica’s Denman Glacier has retreated 5 kilometers, nearly 3 miles, in the past 22 years, and researchers at the University of California, Irvine and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are concer

Climactic Risk of Global Sea Level Rise as Antarctica’s Denman Glacier Has Retreated Almost 3 Miles

Climactic Risk of Global Sea Level Rise as Antarctica’s Denman Glacier Has Retreated Almost 3 Miles

One of the largest glaciers on Earth is retreating fast, but since it is occurring far below sea level, it has not been observed beforeWe interrupt coverage of the current disaster to inform you that a greater but slower-moving calamity has not taken a holiday. A major glacier in East Anta

An East Antarctic Glacier Is Retreating Really Fast | IFLScience

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Sitting atop a deep canyon, Denman Glacier could be a weak point in the Antarctic Ice SheetSitting atop a deep canyon, Denman Glacier could be a weak point in the Antarctic Ice Sheet

Antarctic Glacier Has Retreated 3 Miles in 22 Years - Scientific American

Sea levels worldwide could go up nearly five feet, researchers say.Sea levels worldwide could go up nearly five feet, researchers say.

Antarctic glacier retreats nearly 3 miles, could foreshadow huge sea level rise - CNET

Denman Glacier in East Antarctica has retreated three miles over a 22-year period, but researchers are concerned that its demise could just be beginning and a total meltdown would cause global sea levels to rise a whopping 5 feet (1.5 m).Denman Glacier in East Antarctica has retreated three miles over a 22-year period, but researchers are concerned that its demise could just be beginning and a total meltdown would cause global sea levels to rise a whopping 5 feet (1.5 m).

How The World’s Deepest Point On Land Could Raise Global Sea Levels

A fast-retreating glacier melted through climate change could release billions of tons of ice, researchers have discovered, enough to raise global sea levelsA fast-retreating glacier melted through climate change could release billions of tons of ice, researchers have discovered, enough to raise global sea levels almost five feet. East Antarctica had b…

Melting faster than expected, this vast glacier could raise seas by 5 feet - SlashGear

East Antarctica’s Denman Glacier has retreated almost 3 miles in the past 22 years and, if completely thawed, would cause sea levels worldwide to rise by almost 5 feet. East Antarctica’s Denman Glacier has retreated almost 3 miles in the past 22 years and, if completely thawed, would cause sea levels worldwide to rise by almost 5 feet.

Antarctic Glacier’s 3-Mile Retreat in 22 Years Sparks Threat of Global Sea Level Rise - Sputnik International

ANTARCTICA experts have warned the ice continent's Denman Glacier is far more vulnerable than anticipated, suggesting climate change could have apocalyptic repercussions.ANTARCTICA experts have warned the ice continent's Denman Glacier is far more vulnerable than anticipated, suggesting climate change could have apocalyptic repercussions.

Antarctica alert: NASA data detects dramatic instability under 'doomsday' Denman Glacier | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Scientists have found a new point of major vulnerability in the Antarctic ice sheet, in a region that already appears to be changing as the climate warms and has theScientists have found a new point of major vulnerability in the Antarctic ice sheet, in a region that already appears to be changing as the climate warms and has the

Scientists discover massive new vulnerability in Antarctic ice sheet | World | postguam.com

Denman glacier located in East Antarctica has been found melting at a reckless pace in last two decades, to eventually raise the global sea level by 5 feet, claimed NASA-led research published today in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.Denman glacier located in East Antarctica has been found melting at a reckless pace in last two decades, to eventually raise the global sea level by 5 feet, claimed NASA-led research published today in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

East Antarctica's Denman Glacier vulnerable, likely to increase global sea level by 5 feet

An Antarctic glacier previously thought to have been more stable than its melting neighbors has retreated by 3 miles over the past 22 years, indicating it could be an Achilles heel in the climate change scenario, a new study says.An Antarctic glacier previously thought to have been more stable than its melting neighbors has retreated by 3 miles over the past 22 years, indicating it could be an Achilles heel in the climate change scenario, a new study says.

'Stable' Antarctic glacier lost 3 miles in 22 years: study - New York Daily News

Nasa scientists probe Denman Glacier which fills the deepest land gorge on Earth.Nasa scientists probe Denman Glacier which fills the deepest land gorge on Earth.

Climate change: Earth's deepest ice canyon vulnerable to melting