West Antarctic ice sheet

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The West Antarctic ice sheet is collapsing due to global warming.

Effects of the West Antarctic ice sheet collapsing and melting include:

  • Sea level rises up to 3m over 100 years
  • Inundation of low-lying coastal areas - displacing millions of people
  • Loss of rice-growing areas across Asia including Vietnam, Bangladesh, Egypt and China (3 million hectares).

External links

West Antarctic ice collapse 'could drown Middle East and Asia crops', The Guardian, 22 may 2014

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