Sea level rise accelerates instead of rising steadily
Earlier this week, we told you about new research that shows sea level rise accelerating each year. Now, today’s Video of the Day comes from NASA and takes a closer look at why sea level rise accelerates incrementally rather than steadily.
According to the research, if water levels continue increasing at this pace, the global sea level will rise 26 inches by 2100, which could cause significant damage in coastal cities.
Video Credit: NASA