Oceania and Antarctica


How thick is Antarctica’s ice

Most of the ice in Antarctica is approximately one mile thick. Over 80 percent of the world’s freshwater is stored in ice in Antarctica. Some have suggested that large chunks of ice be cut off from Antarctica and shipped to dry regions of the world, but this has yet to be done.


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