Earth/Space Science

posted by Astrid

Which of the following is responsible for absolute sea-level changes?

A. formation and melting of ice sheets
B. erosion of land surfaces by wind and water
C. human activities along coastlines, such as development and grading
D. movements of a tectonic plate, causing part of the crust to sink or rise

  1. Ms. Sue

    I'll be glad to check your answer.

    Hint: Global warming

  2. Astrid

    A?

  3. Ms. Sue

    Right.

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