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The amount of ice strongly influences Earth’s climate, sea level, ocean currents, and atmospheric wind patterns. Ice tends to reflect incoming solar energy back out to space. Since reflected light does not heat the planet, the larger the amount of Earth’s ice, the cooler the planet is.
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