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When Greenland ice melts.

Nature, 404, p. 551-552. 2000

C.S. Hvidberg
Departement of Geophysics, The Niels Bohr Institute of Astronomy, Physics and Geophysics, University of Copenhagen..

Sea levels are likely to rise in response to global warming. But by how much?
Identification of the causes of the six-meter surge during the last interglacial provides a useful clue.