Steve July 26, 2022
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Extreme cooling events during the last glacial, known as Heinrich Events in the North Atlantic, are a good example of how local processes change the global climate. While the impacts of Heinrich Events on the global glacial environment are well-documented in the scientific literature, their causes are still unclear. In a new study, researchers have now shown that an accumulation of heat in the deeper Labrador Sea caused instabilities in, Read More