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  1. Pingback: Social Media for Science Outreach – A Case Study: AntarcticGlaciers.org | SpotOn

  2. I was trying to update my old estimate of total sea rise if all the ice in the world melted.
    Your site, and the name seemed promising. I found some scattered reasonable numbers but they were hard to find.
    I suggest that a summary page of “What if all the ice melted?” would be helpful:
    All the Glaciers 405 mm or 0.405 m
    Greenland 7.2 m
    Antarctica 58 m
    Total 65.6 m ( 215 ft) more or less

  3. The title of http://www.antarcticglaciers.org/glaciers-and-climate/what-is-the-global-volume-of-land-ice-and-how-is-it-changing/ contains the question: “What is the global volume of land ice”, but I cannot find the answer to that question on the very same page.
    Therefore I repeat the question: What is the global volume of land ice?.
    And by volume I mean volume, not SLE’s or percentage or whatever.
    It would be even better if you could answer: What is to global mass of land ice? Of course now I mean kilograms or gigatonnes or teratonnes.

  4. http://www.antarcticglaciers.org/glaciers-and-climate/ice-cores/ice-core-basics/ it says: “An example of using stable isotopes to reconstruct past air temperatures is a shallow ice core drilled in East Antarctica[10]. The presence of a “Little Ice Age”, a cooler period ending ~100 to 150 years ago, is contested in Antarctica.”
    Surely the “Little Ice Age” was just a few hundreds years ago 1300-1870. https://www.eh-resources.org/timeline-middle-ages/

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