The icecap in Greenland covers an area of 1.7 million square kilometers,
representing about 81% of Greenland's total area.
It contains approximately 2.8 million km³ ice, which, if melted,
would result in an increase of water level in the oceans of 7.2 meters.
The thickness is more places on more than two kilometers thick
and in more than 3 km. Average thickness is 2,135 meters.