Highest rise in 12,000 years — World Today News

The study, which is published in the journal Nature, is the first to have very thoroughly reconstructed Greenland’s loss of ice throughout the Holocene, the geological epoch that 12,000 years ago opened the way for humanity to flourish. According to the study, which is based on data from core drilling in the several kilometers thick…

Highest rise in 12,000 years — World Today News
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