Arctic Sea Open Water During Ice Age by World Ocean Warmer so Continent of Antarctica Retained Intense Snowfall


While up to two mile depths of snow accumulated on the continent of Antarctica during the Ice Age, none accumulated on the Arctic, because it was open water or continental coastal land of far northern Europe, Asia, and North America which was next to the warmer ocean, to have produced the prodigious cloud-cover for the much greater precipitation of the Ice Age.