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Polar Ice Caps

Posted 16 February 2012 | By | Categories: Polar Ice Cap Facts, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

Only two planets in our solar system have polar ice caps – Earth and the planet Mars. Earth has polar ice caps on the North and South Poles and they are composed of frozen water. Mars has ice caps at both poles as well, but the Martian ice caps are mainly frozen carbon dioxide with […]

Global Warming Polar Ice Caps

Posted 16 January 2012 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

What is Global Warming Doing to Polar Ice Caps?  The Polar Ice Caps dramatic decrease in size in recent years has been seen by many people as evidence of Global warming. The melting of the polar ice caps has been very sudden and has alarmed many people. Polar ice caps melting is seen as an […]

Polar Ice Cap Melting?

Posted 30 November 2011 | By | Categories: Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

Are the Polar Ice Cap Melting? The first question we need to look at is, are the Polar Ice Cap melting? There is on-going controversy about whether or not the Polar Ice Caps are melting. Al Gore warned in 2009 at the UN Copenhagen Climate Change Conference that, “the entire polar ice cap … could […]

Polar Ice Caps

The Effects of Polar Ice Caps Melting

Posted 25 November 2011 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

The issue of polar ice caps melting is becoming a major issue. This is because the researches have shown that the rate of the melting of the ice caps is going on at an alarming rate. The effects of the ice caps melting are also going to be tremendous. They will not only affect the […]