Glaciers in Antarctica melting?

By: Fidvi Shereef

Glaciers melting in Antarctica

The climate change in Antarctica is melting glaciers there which will change all of the oceans connected to it. Since 2009 and 2014 glaciers have distributed 80 trillion gallons into the ocean. If the glaciers were completely melted it would raise the water levels by 14 inches. Glaciers are shrinking 13 feet per year due to global warming and climate changes around the world. The glaciers are also melting because the ozone layer is dissipating so the sun rays are hotter than usual in that area in the world because of pollution.