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I believe that the thing being forgotten here is that the vast majority of ice cover in Greenland, Spitzenbergen, Antarctica, Northern Canada, Russia, etc. is on LAND. It doesn't float in the ocean. Thus, when melted, sea level rises. I am going to find some pictures of Caribbean beach terraces showing these wave cut terraces when sea level was much higher during the latest interglacial period. Back in a moment.