Data specifically for the past year isn’t available. However, since 1993, sea level has risen at rate of about one inch every eight years, but scientists fear that will speed up. If the ice sheets in Greenland and West Antarctica melt, the sea level could rise by 33 to 39 feet – something that could take anywhere from several decades to several centuries to happen.
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