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We are not talking do some catastrophic, but we found a lot greater resonance in relation to the Altitude from the Greenland ice throughout the next 100 years of as what currently anticipated, says Carlson, a UW-Madison professor for geology and geophysics. Carlson work by an international team of researchers, study that Allegra LeGrande by the NASA centers for Climate Systems at Columbia University, and his colleagues at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, to the California Institute of Technology, UBC and of University of New Hampshire.. In the trade magazine Nature Geoscience, a team of researchers by the University of Wisconsin – hotels in Madison geologist Unlike Carlson introduced reported to rising sea levels out the greenhouse – induced heating of Greenland ice would two or three times to current estimates over the next th century.