Re: If all the ice melted...

From: John Clark (
Date: Sun Jul 01 2001 - 09:39:15 MDT

Spike Jones <> Wrote:

>If all that melted, then the average depth of that ice would need to be
>about 3 km thick to raise the seas that much. I dont think it is that thick.

The ice in Antarctica is seldom less than 2000 meters thick ,
the deepest known is 4776 meters, Greenland about the same,
perhaps slightly less.

    John K Clark

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