U.S.-U.K. science armada to target vulnerable Antarctic ice sheet

This article discusses sea level rise and the Antarctic ice sheet.

An armada of 100 scientists will soon be descending on West Antarctica, and understanding the future of global sea levels might depend on what they find. Today, after several years of planning, the U.S. and U.K. science agencies announced the details of a joint $50 million (or more) plan to study the Thwaites glacier, the Antarctic ice sheet most at risk of near-term melting.

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