Climate change caused by human activity may be affecting global timekeeping as the melting of ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica slows the Earth's rotation, the latest research says.

Scientists have established the slowing effect of ice melt by measuring the changes in Earth's gravity field, which have been recorded by satellites since 1976.

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