Bipolar impact and phasing of Heinrich-type climate variability

A new manuscript using Greenland ice core data was accepted for publication in Nature. The study received support from Comer Family Foundation and the Global Climate Change Foundation.

During the last ice age, massive icebergs periodically broke off from an ice sheet covering a large swath of North America and discharged rapidly melting ice into the North Atlantic Ocean around Greenland, triggering abrupt climate change impacts across the globe.

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