What The World Would Look Like If All The Ice Melted

Discussion in 'Climate Change' started by Keith H., Jul 18, 2017.

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    This is an apocalyptic situation. The world is 70% water, adding the icy component would literally submerge the continental shelf. There is already evidence of this along coastlines across the world. I have this feeling that this eventuality is largely theoretical as other processes like seepage into underground aquifers and fissures leading into hot compressed underground rocks and which melt into lava and evaporation due to the hot temperatures will come into play.
     
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    This is an apocalyptic situation. The world is 70% water, adding the icy component would literally submerge the continental shelf. There is already evidence of this along coastlines across the world. I have this feeling that this eventuality is largely theoretical as other processes like seepage into underground aquifers and fissures leading into hot compressed underground rocks and which melt into lava and evaporation due to the hot temperatures will come into play.
     
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    This is an apocalyptic situation. The world is 70% water, adding the icy component would literally submerge the continental shelf. There is already evidence of this along coastlines across the world. I have this feeling that this eventuality is largely theoretical as other processes like seepage into underground aquifers and fissures leading into hot compressed underground rocks and which melt into lava and evaporation due to the hot temperatures will come into play.
     
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    This is an apocalyptic situation. The world is 70% water, adding the icy component would literally submerge the continental shelf. There is already evidence of this along coastlines across the world. I have this feeling that this eventuality is largely theoretical as other processes like seepage into underground aquifers and fissures leading into hot compressed underground rocks and which melt into lava and evaporation due to the hot temperatures will come into play.
     
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