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The pink and red areas in this image of areas along the Gulf of Mexico and Florida indicate areas that would be submerged if the sea level rose about 20 feet. The Earth's warming temperatures are on track to melt the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets sooner than previously thought and ultimately lead to a global sea level rise of at least 20 feet, according to new research.(Courtesy of Jeremy Weiss and Jonathan Overpeck, The University of Arizona via Science Magazine)

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