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Is the water in the ocean deminishing at a noticable rate?



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Ali,

The water in the ocean is not diminishing. If anything, the ocean level has risen slightly in the past 50 years because of some melting of the Arctic ice cap and glaciers.

David Cook
Argonne National Laboratory



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