Glaciers are formed from the compaction of snow, therefore they are strictly a fresh water formation.
Yes they do but they also have many other debris in them too
Deep inside glaciers there is fresh water. Most of Earth's freshwater is in glaciers or chunks of ice that have broken off a frozen plate.
Glaciers are fresh water formations.
There are 2 main types of glaciers, Continental is one, they float away from central regions. The second is alpine or valley which are the glaciers that flow down the valley from the mountain.
Continental glaciers are thicker and larger. Valley glaciers are formed on mountains; continental glaciers are formed on flat land.
Saltwater is about 97.5% of world water. Freshwater is about 2.5% of world water, because most of the world is made up of oceans.
It is valley and continental glaciers they are different because continental glaciers are the largest, and valley glaciers are on the top of mountain peaks.
They contain saltwater and freshwater
Because saltwater contain two substances, water and salt.
They contain elements of both freshwater and saltwater ecosystems.
They contain the earths large amount of fresh water
Most lakes contain freshwater. From this fact, I'm assuming it is made out of freshwater, rather than saltwater.
yes rocks contain fossil.
Only 3% of the worlds water is drinkable. Of that 2% is locked in glaciers. The other 97% is saltwater. Have a good time with that!
Oceans lakes swamps glaciers and surface water
Oceans contain most of the world's water.Frozen icecaps and glaciers contain most of the world's fresh water.
yes when they r mixed together they form a plasma
The sea water contain approx. 35 g/L NaCl.