Heavy water: How melting ice sheets and pumped groundwater can lower local sea levels—and boost them elsewhere

Imagine you’re standing near the edge of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, gazing out over the ocean, when the ice near you starts to melt very rapidly. A surge of meltwater flows into the ocean. Surprisingly, you watch the sea level fall—not rise.

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