land ice

Land ice includes any form of ice that lasts longer than a year on land, such as mountain glaciers, ice sheets, ice caps and ice fields (both similar to but smaller than an ice sheet), and frozen ground or permafrost. The result of melting land ice includes rising sea levels, long-term decline in fresh water resources, short-term increase in flash floods and accelerated warming from decreased albedo reflectance.

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