The Last Glacial Maximum

@article{Clark2009TheLG,
  title={The Last Glacial Maximum},
  author={P. Clark and A. Dyke and J. Shakun and A. Carlson and Jorie Clark and B. Wohlfarth and J. Mitrovica and S. Hostetler and A. Mccabe},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={325},
  pages={710 - 714}
}
The Melting Is in the Details Global sea level rises and falls as ice sheets and glaciers melt and grow, providing an integrated picture of the changes in ice volume but little information about how much individual ice fields are contributing to those variations. Knowing the regional structure of ice variability during glaciations and deglaciations will clarify the mechanisms of the glacial cycle. Clark et al. (p. 710) compiled and analyzed more than 5000 radiocarbon and cosmogenic surface… Expand

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