Due to the melting of the ice sheet in the Antarctic, sea level will rise a few floors | The Siver Post
Due to the collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet, sea level risks to rise by 6-9 meters above the modern level. The ice massif is currently one of the most vulnerable in the South pole.
A similar process occurred 125 thousand years ago in the middle Paleolithic. About it reports the edition Science with reference to scientists of the University of Oregon (USA), writes UNIAN.