When we study the history of bible times, there are many examples of cities and towns that once stood by the sea that are now a long distance from it.
Climate change indicates a loss in ice and snow particularly on existing land masses.
Now i accept that when we consider icebergs, the melting of an iceberg does not actually result in an increase in volume of water…its actually the opposite (as demonstrated by placing a bottle of water in the freezer with the lid on…water expands to form ice) but what about the ice on land that is melting?
How do we illustrate exactly what is happening with the loss of ice and snow on land where we have countries where it is clear that sea levels appear to have dropped such that these ancient towns are no longer near the sea? What is the general consensus model that explains the effects of climate change with regard to the ancient civilizations that now find themselves well away from the seas and oceans?