Antarctica Ice Sheet

Antarctica Ice Sheet


The ice sheet of Antarctica has been in existence for at least 40 million years.


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The evidence indicates that the first of many large ice sheets of the Cenozoic glacial era began to grow between 36-45 million years ago. Ice sheets are composed of snow from frozen freshwater. The Antarctic Ice Sheet currently holds 68% of the world's freshwater.


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