Ice sheet collapse 135,000 years ago to help scientists explain dramatic climate changes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

“On the contrary at the end of the penultimate ice age 135,000 years ago, dramatic melting of the Northern Hemisphere ice sheets [meant they] were releasing enough fresh water into the North Atlantic to impact the ocean’s circulations and to cause climate change to both the north Atlantic and in the Southern Ocean.”

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2 thoughts on “Ice sheet collapse 135,000 years ago to help scientists explain dramatic climate changes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)”

  1. Patterns to you Hamson…
    Bin listening…
    Ok, so we are in a downward curve, the loop y kind.

    Make hay where the sun shines…This proverb is first recorded in John Heywood’s A dialogue conteinyng the nomber in effect of all the prouerbes in the Englishe tongue, 1546:

    Whan the sunne shinth make hay. Whiche is to say.
    Take time whan time cometh, lest time steale away.

    Profound.

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