New Greenland ice core reveals warmer temperatures 120,000 years ago

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A new study provides surprising details on changes in Earth’s climate during the last warm period (120,000-128,000 years ago). Even though temperatures in Northern Greenland were 5-8 degrees Celsius higher than today, the thickness of the ice sheet was only a few hundred meters lower. And this despite the fact that sea level was 4-8 metres higher than today....
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