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New Study Indicates Iceland Must Have Been 3°C Warmer During The Early Holocene To Match The Glacier Record

New Study Indicates Iceland Must Have Been 3°C Warmer During The Early Holocene To Match The Glacier Record

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Share this…FacebookTwitterDuring the Early Holocene, when CO2 levels lingered near 260 ppm, ice core records suggest surface temperatures in Iceland were about 3°C warmer than today. Iceland’s extensive lakes and glaciers topography provides a verifiable history of the region’s paleoclimates. For example, scientists can infer summer temperatures 3°C warmer than today in Iceland to account […]

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