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How is the water in icebergs involved in the water cycle on Earth?

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    An iceberg is formed from fresh water originating from snow and that is broken from a glacier or ice sheet.

    The iceberg decreases in size by loss of water as it melts and also losses due to evaporation.

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    water

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