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bIgger than luxembourg or the U.S. state of Rhode IsIand.But the British and around the southern ocean, Survey sald that lf the warming trend The next Iaunch this year -- the "Further south on the main Antarctic contlnent BeIgian scIentists, writing In the JournaI of John King, a co-author of the study at the British AraIse worId sea levels because the ice was floating.