How thick is the ice in the arctic?



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    Most of the Arctic is covered by ice that is 6-9 feet thick, or 2-3 meters. Some areas are up to 12-15 feet thick (4-5 meters). Antarctic ice does not stay typically as long and is therefore less thick at about 3-6 feet, or 1-2 meters, but is also typically covered by more snow than the Arctic. Ice thickness varies in both areas.

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