Frozen. In glaciers and icecaps.
Only 2.5% of Earths water is fresh water and 98.8% of that water is in ice and underground. 1.7% of glaciers and ice caps in Antarctica and Greenland.
According to NOAA: "Of the three percent of the water that is not in the ocean, about 69 percent is locked up in glaciers and icecaps. Ninety percent of that frozen water is in Antarctica and about nine percent covers Greenland."
There is a large debate over how much of Earth's fresh water is trapped in frozen ice caps and glaciers. Many agree that the number is somewhere between 58 and 70 percent.
about 2% of water is frozen and is fresh water
Oceans contain most of the world's water.Frozen icecaps and glaciers contain most of the world's fresh water.
Only about 1.7% of the world's total water is trapped in glaciers and ice caps, but about 68.7% of fresh water on Earth is frozen in them.
Only 2 percent of fresh water is frozen in glaciers.
Over 90% of all freshwater on Earth is frozen in the polar ice caps or glaciers.
It is in frozen form - as the polar ice caps and glaciers.
Antarctica is a desert with about five percent humidity. This means that very low amounts of moisture are available to be frozen into glaciers.
Over 90% of all the frshwater on the earth is frozen in the polar ice caps or glaciers.
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Frozen in the icecaps (in the form of ice at the poles).
Glaciers can because of their frozen state.
Glaciers that have frozen to rock are sometimes known as rock glaciers. They can also be referred to as a mountain glacier or an alpine glacier. The study of glaciers is called glaciology.
Most of the salt water is in the oceans, most of the fresh water is frozen in Antarctica and in icecaps and glaciers in other parts of the world. A very small part of the fresh water is in our rivers, lakes, dams, cisterns and refrigerators.
Out of all the water on Earth, only 2.75 percent is fresh water, including 2.05 percent frozen in glaciers, 0.68 percent as groundwater and 0.011 percent of it as surface water in lakes and rivers.
frozen and melting...
No. Glaciers are made of frozen water, and the moon to the best of our knowledge has no water.