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A new video from NASA demonstrates the waxing and waning of sea ice over the North & South Poles.
The likely increase in sea level by 2100 now stands at 3 feet, with worst-case scenarios going as high as 6 feet.
Global warming-related Arctic sea ice loss may be contributing to snowier winters in parts of the Northern Hemisphere.
The windy, wet conditions of Antarctica may spell trouble for the growth and development of young fur seals.
A new estimate lowers the amount of heat necessary, and thus the time needed, to melt the Greenland ice sheet