What percentage of land would be gone if ALL the ice in the world melted completely?



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    Are you asking what percentage of land would be covered up by water if global sea levels were to rise? If the rest of the icecaps melted, sea levels would rise at least 70 meters. This means all land will be engulfed in about 200 feet of water and low-lying islands would undoubtedly disappear.

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