Antarctica’s massive lakes, rivers, and streams could help us understand rising sea levelsAntarctica isn’t a huge, static block of ice where very little goes on. Antarctica’s landmass is surrounded by hundreds of floating ice shelves that play a key role in preventing sea levels from engulfing our coastal cities. In fact, these ice shelves keep the ground-based ice from flowing into the sea, which would raise sea levels by several feet.




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