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Global warming: This is how much ice melted on Earth in 23 years

The rates of melt is only comparable to those in the last ice age. Image: Unsplash

Sophia Ankel

Weekend News Reporter , Business Insider

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Average rate of ice thickness change in the (left) southern and (right) northern hemispheres. Image: Slater, et al. (2020)

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