Climate change is causing glaciers to melt faster, raising sea levels along the Atlantic coast at a rate not seen for 2,000 years, according to a new study led by a Rutgers University resercher. The study found that sea levels were increasing the most in South Jersey. Two of the locations studied were Cape May Court House and Leeds Point. Others were in North Jersey, New York, Connecticut and North Carolina. “There is rapid change happening with climate,” said Jennifer Walker, lead author of the study and a post-doctoral associate at Rutgers University. “The biggest thing from this study is sea level rise is accelerating.” “Melting ice and warning oceans. That’s whats causing these much higher rates of sea level rise.” The study said the greatest increase in sea level […]