Question: Science

Why were the oceans lower during the ice ages than they are now?

Prentice Hall Science Explorer - chapter 4

In Science | Asked by bookragstutor
Asked from the Ice age study pack

During the ice ages, things were frozen. Frozen molecules contract and take up less space. Additionally, when the ice age ended, things began thawing and filling up inland waterways which eventually made their way to the ocean. 

Dr. John Carmen | 1464 days ago