1. Snow melts into the glaciers increasing the size.
2.Snow is fresh water and since when it melts into the glacier a glacier is fresh water. When the ice falls off it becomes salt water.
3. We can use the water from glaciers but, when we chip it off it runs the huge risk of falling into the ocean and becoming salt water.
1. When water enters the area of the ice cap because of the cold temperatures it freezes over. Adding to the ice cap.
2. The ice water in the ice cap is fresh water. Ice is always fresh water until it falls of and becomes salt water.
3. We can use water from the Polar ice cap we just have to get it chipped.
1. Water gets into Sea Ice when the water freezes and then joins the ice making it bigger.
2. The sea ice is fresh. Even though the water that formed it was salt ice its self is always fresh water.
3.No humans can't get floating sea ice easily since we have to venture into the Polar Ice Caps, also sea ice is delicate.
1. Icebergs are broken of pieces of glaciers and glaciers are huge amounts of water and snow melt that freeze and create glaciers so the same for icebergs.
2.Ice and snow is fresh water. Even though icebergs rest on salt water its fresh water since it is made of ice and snow.
3. It is hard for humans to get the water in ice bergs since they have to somehow get it out and rush it to a harbor without it mel