A newly discovered volcano rumbling beneath nearly a mile of ice in Antarctica will almost certainly erupt at some point in the future, according to a new study. Such an event could accelerate the flow of ice into the sea and push up the already rising global sea levels.
In other words, global warming likely isn't the only factor causing sea levels to rise, and the discovery of a subglacial volcano adds another layer of complexity for scientists trying to model how polar ice sheets move as the world gets warmer
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This is very interesting. Volcanoes are often overlooked in today's society. Did you know that if the Super-volcano under Yellowstone where to erupt (which with current signs pointing to an eruption anywhere from now to 2000 years from now, based on its patterns in the past) it would release enough surfer and ash into the atmosphere to force the earth into another ice age? I find volcano-logy so fascinating Thanks for sharing.
by arakkathara7 years ago
The islands like japan, philippines, andaman,nikobar,lakhswadeep etc .which are same to the sea level will disappear with in 100 years, because of the damage of osonspheres. make awareness to this issue is the first...
by CMHypno6 years ago
Super-volcano has been rising at record rates since 2004, so could it erupt again in our lifetimes?http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ … ds-US.html
by sannyasinman6 years ago
An independent weather forecaster who tells the truth - a rare commodity . . . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwyjsJJr … ded#at=164
by ediggity6 years ago
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/21/scien … imate.htmlPeople wouldn't alter scientific data for their own personal benefit would they? There's not any money to be made with Global Warming is their?To be fair,...
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2 years ago
If you have been watching the Weather Channel or your local weather station; you will realize that some of us have been experiencing phenomenal weather conditions. I heard that the wind chill factor in one city was 74-...
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