So if the ice sheet has never melted in the last 115,000 years, how did the Vikings find this to be a ‘Greenland’? I’m calling for more thought.
posted on 01/25/2013 1:48:20 PM PST
“In the beginning of the Eemian, 128,000 years ago, the ice sheet in northwest Greenland was 200 meters higher than today, but during the warm Eemian period the ice mass regressed, so 122,000 years before now the surface had sunk to a level of 130 meters below the current level.”
posted on 01/25/2013 3:10:58 PM PST
(The irresponsible should not be leading the responsible.)
So if the ice sheet has never melted in the last 115,000 years, how did the Vikings find this to be a Greenland? Im calling for more thought
posted on 01/25/2013 3:58:13 PM PST
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