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Glacier/Sea Level Paradox

Our dynamic planet has an apparent paradox: the more ice melts from landlocked glaciers, the lower the sea level gets in nearby areas. As the ice melts, the land underneath raises from having less weight pressing down on it. Rock isn't as solid as we thought. http://io9.gizmodo.com/why-are-sea-levels-dropping-in-places-closest-to-the-me-1684599241 #tech

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