During the Last Ice Age, Erratic Temperatures in Greenland Triggered Changes All Over the World

During the Last Glacial Period some 11,500 years ago, Greenland went through massive changes called interstadial events. Then, it quickly oscillated between lower and higher temperatures, which melted and then refroze (and then melted again) massive ice sheets in the region. Geological records appear to show that…

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via Gizmodo

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