Ice sheet collapse 135,000 years ago to help scientists explain dramatic climate changes

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: The discovery of a massive ice sheet collapse 135,000 years ago could help scientists understand the processes that control the planet's dramatic climate changes. An international team of scientists has found that the dramatic collapse at the end of the penultimate ice age caused extensive changes in the climate and triggered the last interglacial sea level peak, which well exceeded its present levels. The team, which included scientists from the Australian National University (ANU), disproved......

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