Oct 14, 2019

Greenland was nearly ice-free for extended periods during the Pleistocene | Nature

Measurements of cosmic-ray-produced 10Be and 26Al in a bedrock core from beneath the summit of the Greenland Ice Sheet show that Greenland was nearly ice-free for extended periods under Pleistocene climate forcing.

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