Diachronous retreat of the Greenland ice sheet during the last deglaciation

@inproceedings{Sinclair2016DiachronousRO,
  title={Diachronous retreat of the Greenland ice sheet during the last deglaciation},
  author={Gaylen J. Sinclair and Anders Elof Carlson and Alan C. Mix and Benoit S. Lecavalier and Glenn Antony Milne and Amandine Mathias and Christo Buizert and Robert Michael Deconto},
  year={2016}
}
The last deglaciation is the most recent interval of large-scale climate change that drove the Greenland ice sheet from continental shelf to within its present extent. Here, we use a database of 645 published 10Be ages from Greenland to document the spatial and temporal patterns of retreat of the Greenland ice sheet during the last deglaciation. Following initial retreat of its marine margins, most land-based deglaciation occurred in Greenland following the end of the Younger Dryas cold period… CONTINUE READING
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