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How does an increase in the annual melt season in Antarctica have a global effect? a. It causes an increase in heat related illness and death. b. It causes the global concentration of carbon dioxide to decrease. c. The water in the melting glaciers can cause sea levels to rise. d. None of the above is true.

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Curtis Rhodes on October 15, 2018

The correct answer is (C) the water of The melting glaciers can cause sea levels to rise.The increase in the annual melt season in Antarctica have a global effect in which the water of the melting glaciers can cause sea levels to rise. The increase of water levels, basically, it can cover lands that are too low.


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