As ice melts, the water typically runs into a local stream, feeding a river, then the ocean, or the water seeps into the ground, and eventually can become part of an underground aquifer.
This water does not typically stay up north, but would contribute to an overall rise in ocean levels. There may be some plant growth increase on a very small scale regarding the plants right where the ice is melting, but otherwise, an increase in plant growth from an ice melt is more likely a result in rising temperatures. Thus “The Greenhouse Effect.”
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