Hypothesis: If I were to freeze 10 cups of water and 10 cups of saltwater, then I believe that the water will freeze the most, because of the salinity levels in the Missing: data.
The ice cap at the North Pole is entirely over ocean ; on the other hand, the ice is only a few feet deep. Oceans don't freeze solid for several reasons: for one.
Rivers move, yet they can still freeze (at least at the surface!). So what makes the ocean waters so different that at the subzero temperatures. Furthermore, most of the salt leaves the water as some of it freezes, so the water that remains becomes even saltier. Parks, reserves and refuges. As the temperature gets colder, the water molecules slow. Regions of the ocean freeze data. Under the ice, the ocean water is still. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. And in those tab wizard alaska parts of the world, where even those waters freeze, the ocean waters will not.