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02.03.2015  11:06
A team of scientists lead by Aarhus University and the Natural History Museum of Denmark have managed to quantify how the Greenland Ice Sheet reacted to a warm period 8,000-5,000 years ago. Back then temperatures were 2-4 degrees C warmer than present. Their results have just been published in the scientific journal Geology, and are important as we are rapidly closing in on similar temperatures. Read more