Question: How does water get into Glaciers?
Answer: If there is leftover snow each year, snowfields will form and the snowfields may turn into glaciers. How does a place wind up with leftover snow?—It has to receive more snow than melts away every year!
Question: Is the frozen water in a glacier "salt water" or "freshwater"?
Answer: When mountain glaciers melt, the run-off water can be an important source of freshwater for animals and humans living downstream.
Question: How does water get into polar ice caps?
Polar ice caps form because high latitude regions receive less energy in the form of solar radiation from the sun than equatorial regions, resulting in lower surface temperatures.
Question: Is the frozen water in a polar ice cap "salt water" or "fresh water"?
I think polar ice caps have fresh water in them because there made of snow, and snow is not made of salt water.
Question: How does water get into floating sea ice?