Climate Change

Antarctica is losing sea-ice at record levels. It's time to pay attention

A glacier is seen near Ny-Aalesund in Norway's high Arctic, May 28, 2013. Ny-Aalesund, the world's northernmost permanent settlement, is home to about 40 people in the winters and over 100 scientists during its brief summer. Picture taken May 28, 2013. To match NORWAY-ARCTIC/NYAALESUND REUTERS/Balazs Koranyi (NORWAY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - GM1E95U1Q9D01

There are worrying signs the Antarctic ice sheet is contributing to unabated global sea level rise. Image: REUTERS/Balazs Koranyi

Matthew England
Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow, UNSW Climate Change Research Centre
Matt King
Professor, Surveying & Spatial Sciences, School of Land and Food, University of Tasmania
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