Coastal communities experience sea-level rise four times worse than global average

Posted on AllSides March 12th, 2021
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A new study says coastal communities are experiencing sea-level rise up to four times faster than the global average due to the removal of groundwater and other resources from the Earth.

The study published in Nature Climate Change Monday is the first to factor in land subsidence into current sea-level rise observations worldwide.

Subsidence is the sinking of the ground due to underground material movement, most often caused by the removal of water, oil, natural gas or other mineral resources. It can also be caused by natural events...

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