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One of the potential impacts of climate change is the increase in sea level.  In the South Pole zone the ice is above ground, and if it melted, the sea level would increase.

On the other hand, most of the ice that exists in the North Pole is floating in the sea, and if it melted the sea’s level would not increase.  Why does this happen?  Next, we will show you an easy way to understand.

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