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Get the lowdown on high seas

Wednesday 6 Jun 18 10:00am

Nancy Bertler

 

IN WELLINGTON today and got a bit of time? Pop down to Te Papa and hear the latest on sea-level rise. 

Victoria University’s Associate Professor Nancy Bertler, head of the team using Antarctic ice cores to understanding past climates, will be talking about the latest research – including the possibility that sea levels could rise up to 2m by the end of the century.

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