Ice age permafrost unearthed in Poland to help clock warming

AFP: Permafrost dating from the end of the last Ice Age around 13,000 years ago recently discovered in Poland could prove an invaluable tool in gauging global warming, Polish geologists said on Friday. The unique discovery of pre-historic permafrost was made on Monday in a corner of north-eastern Poland bordering Lithuania, near the village of Szypliszki. Geologists drilling at the site were astounded to find the temperature of the drill cores decreasing rather than increasing -- as ......

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