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In Photos: Greenland's Ancient Landscape

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Credit: Paul Bierman, University of Vermont
The silt in this ice core is 2.7 million years old. Researchers think it represents an ancient, tundra-like soil buried under the Greenland ice sheet since…Read More »









the first glaciers formed on the island.    Less «
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