Ann Vole wrote:
Though this place is far away in our place still I felt scared. They say that if in antarctic is melting big wave will follow in every sea. Is this true?
The ice in your cup of ice tea will not change the level of the ice tea when it melts. The ice that is not in the ocean such as glaciers and the ice on the lands of Antarctica and Greenland WILL add to the height of the oceans. The big thing about the arctic ice is it is the first indication that the world is getting warmer but also that it is like a reflector keeping the sun out of the water. More sun means more warming of the globe. You will not see waves of water but when there is a storm, the highest point of the water will be higher so buildings and dykes that used to survive the storms will start to fail from flooding.
Maybe, but the warm(comparitively) water of an ice free Arctic ocean will cause lots more snow fall on Greenland.
Also there should be expected to be more snow fall over the northern tundra and forrest regions. The last ice age may well of started like this. If there is a thick enough snow covering over the northj of the continents then perhaps snow can survive the summer....