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Suggested News Resources
- Is Antarctica gaining or losing weight?
- Given the size of Antarctica, slight differences in the glacial isostatic adjustment can lead to differences of billions of tonnes of ice in the final calculations.
- From rock to forest: Southeast's carbon sink
- It's obvious that will happen in logged areas regrowing trees, but there's also growth in unmanaged areas, because retreating glaciers and isostatic rebound (land rising after being depressed by glaciers) make land available.
- Climate change and glacial uplift in Southeast's rural communities
- Southeast Alaska is undergoing a process known as isostatic rebound — for millennia, the heavy weight of tons of ice pressed down on the land until the glaciers retreated. Now freed of that weight, the land is springing upwards.
- Sea level rise from ocean warming underestimated, scientists say
- Consider a spherical cow... Yes, in theory, but no in reality for lots of reasons: isostatic rebound, different average air pressure due to prevailing winds, local gravitational effects caused by local geology,.. yadda yadda.
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