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Be warned this is a general (and speculative) answer, but it was getting too long to be a comment: The bulk of Greenland's ice mass is centred over inland/central Greenland. If you were to take all the ice away today, much of central Greenland would actually be below sea level, by several hundred metres in fact: Glacial isostatic rebound would seek to ...


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You should try to use the equations and maps presented by Mitrovica et al., (2011), entitled On the robustness of predictions of sea level fingerprints. In this paper they present the history of sea level rise equations and then present their own robust equation with comparisons. There are maps showing the differences as well. Soon they will provide ...


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