Even if the Anthropogenic Emissions Continue Unabated, it is Unlikely that Antarctica will Contribute more than a Meter of Sea-level Rise by 2100 and more than 15 Meters by 2500

Author(s): Parker A

A recent paper has claimed based on computer models that if the anthropogenic emissions continue unabated, Antarctica will contribute more than a metre of sea-level rise by 2100 and more than 15 metres by 2500. We show as the actual measurements do not support any Antarctic warming, Antarctic ice melting and accelerating sea level rises linked to the anthropogenic carbon dioxide emission. This makes extremely unlikely the claimed occurrences.

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