LOEWE Research Cluster VewA Looking into the climate future

In the LOEWE research cluster "VeWA - past warm periods as natural analogues of our 'high-CO2' climate future", the researchers are searching for traces of the deep earth past, a time with very high CO2 values. New environmental and climate information from these past interglacial periods serves as a window into the climate future of our planet. Overall, VeWA wants to reconstruct, among other things, the climate on land and in the sea, the chemistry of the ocean and the development of biodiversity in high-CO2 worlds.

LOEWE-VeWA-riddle questions: 

1. How much lower was the global sea level at the peak of the last ice age, about 20,000 years ago? 

2.By how many meters would the global sea level rise if all the ice on Greenland melted and flowed into the sea? 

3. How much more would the global sea level rise if the Antarctic ice melted as well?

Have fund & good luck with the solution!