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SOURCE: Hakai Magazine

DATE: March 9, 2018

SNIP: Novels and blockbuster movies that tackle climate change gravitate toward the dramatic, especially when it comes to melting ice. In these stories, mountainous glaciers crumble and cities flood as the sea rises. But a lot more happens in between the mountains and the sea, as meltwater passes through the liminal space of the coast. Here are five ways the slow, non-dramatic drip of melting ice changes our coastlines and oceans.

Released Toxins
Re-emerged Diseases
Smothered Sea Life
Flooded Rivers
Changing Coastlines

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