Scientists re-write history of climate change in the Arctic

Posted on Friday, May 26, 2017

University of Ottawa researchers Glenn Milne and David Fisher, of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences; Denis Lacelle, of the Department of Geography; and MSc student Benoit Lecavalier used ice cores drilled on remote Ellesmere Island, in the northernmost part of Nunavut, to measure temperature changes in the High Arctic over the past 12,000 years. They then evaluated how the nearby Greenland ice sheet responded to these changes. Read the complete article.

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