1. What are the to ice sheet example and what are the size?
- Arctic and greenland (14 times 10^6km2) (3times 10^6km2)
- Arctic and Greenland (100 times 6km2) (8989 times 10km2)
- Arctic and greenland (14 x 10^6km2) (2 times 10^6km2)
- Arctic and Greenland(13 times 10^6km2) (2times 10^6km2)
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2. What is a mountain glacier?
- greater than0.001 km2
- greater than 10 km2 anf found in mountains
- has to be bigger that 0.01 km 2, examples are cirque, niche and glacienet
- greater thatn 1km squared, cique niche
3. What is the order it from shortest to longest it takes for parts of the cysophere to form?
- snow, sea ice, river/lake ice, glaciers andice caps, frozen ground, ice shseet margins and ice shelves and sheets
- snow, river/lake ice, sea ice, glaciers and ice caps, frozen ground, ice sheet margins, ice shelves and ice sheets
- snow, river/lake ice, sea ice, forzen ground, glaciers and ice caps, ice sheet margins, ice shleves and ice sheets
- snow, ice, glaciers, sea ice, frozen ground, ice shelves, margins and sheet
4. 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
5. What is the crysophere?
- the study of all things ice, which include ice caps, ice shelves, icebergs, ice sheets, glaciers, permafrost, mountains, snow cover and lake ice
- ice which is found in other planets aswell
- also the ground, grass found in those areas, sheets, glaciers, permafrost, mountains, snow cover and lake ice
- just ice on the land
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