In the NewsNew York TimesDecember 20, 2017
Making Plans for an Insecure Planet
One of the most important effects of global warming this century will be sea-level rise. As the ice sheets atop Greenland and Antarctica melt, ocean levels will creep upward, flooding coastal cities around the world. But there’s a maddening complication: No one’s exactly sure how high oceans will rise. Lab co-director Robert Kopp is interviewed about the findings of a new study.