Melting Glaciers in Antarctica Could Define the Future of Our Coastlines

Two glaciers currently hold enough ice to pour 11 feet of sea-level rise into the world's oceans.

NASA scientists discovered a massive crack across the Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. Nov. 13, 2011. (Photo by: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)

There are two glaciers in a remote part of Antarctica that currently hold human civilization hostage. Currently, they hold enough ice to submerge every coastal city on the planet. There is no doubt they will melt as the Earth’s temperature warms, but the biggest questions are: How fast? And where?

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