Where we could not find ice sheet?

in the Arctic Ocean
in South America
in Antarctica
in Greenland
An ice sheet is a mass of glacier ice that covers sur­round­ing terrain and is greater than 50,000 km2 this is also known as con­ti­nen­tal glacier. The only current ice sheets are in Antarc­ti­ca and Green­land; during the last glacial period at Last Glacial Maximum the Lau­ren­tide ice sheet covered much of North America, the We­ich­selian ice sheet covered northern Europe and the Patag­o­ni­an Ice Sheet covered southern South America.

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in the Arctic Ocean
in South America
in Antarctica
in Greenland
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flagPoland
30%
31%
25%
13%
445
flagUnknown
18%
34%
34%
13%
38

Gender

men32%
women34%
in the Arctic Ocean
32%
34%
in South America
25%
25%
in Antarctica
29%
30%
in Greenland
13%
10%

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