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Climate explained: when Antarctica melts, will gravity changes lift up land and lower sea levels? – MENAFN.COM

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The gravitational changes when Antarctica melts do indeed affect sea levels all over the world but not enough to save New Zealand from rising seas.
The ice ages and their effects on sea level, geology, flora and fauna were topics…

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