1. When does the artic sea ice and antartica have its max extension and min?
- artic has its max in march and min in march
- antarticahas its max in sept and min in march
- arctic max is in march, and min is in sept, antartica max is in sept and min in march
- arctic sea ice has its max in septmeber and min in march and antartica has its max in march and min in spetember
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2. What is ael heiberg, canadian arctic examples of?
- piedmont glaicers
- surging glaicer
- mountain glaicer
- valley glacier
3. What glaicers are unconstrained by topography?
- ice sheeets which are greater than 50'000km2 and ice caps that are less than 50'000 km2, ice domes, ice divides, outlet glaciers, ice streams and ice shelf
- ice caps that are more than 100'000km2, outlet glaicers, ice domes, ice sheets, ice streams and ice divides
- ice caps that are greater than 50'000 kn2 and ice sheets that are greater than this, ice streams, ice shelf, ice divides, ice domes
- ice caps that more than 50'000km2 and ice sheets than are below 50'000km2, ice domes, ice sheets, ice streams and outlet glaciers
4. What are rivers of ice?
- contrained by toopography, found in greenland, and out inlet glaicers
- outlet glaicers, constrained by topography, common in the arctic
- outlet glaicers, constrained by topography,common in greenland
- outlet glaicers, constrained by topography, common in artartical
5. What are calving events?
- ice break off density
- ice that is broken off from a glacier, ice berg, ice shelve which persists in the water, ice rafted debris can be used to data large calving events
- ice grafter debriata calving events, and breaks off from glaicer
- ice calving density
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