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The history of Greenland's ice: Cosmic signature

Abstract : Global sea levels would rise by several metres if the Greenland Ice Sheet melted completely. Two studies have examined its past behaviour in an effort to evaluate its vulnerability in a warming world — and have come to seemingly conflicting conclusions. Two geochemists and a glaciologist discuss the issues.
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Pierre-Henri Blard, Guillaume Leduc. The history of Greenland's ice: Cosmic signature. Nature, Nature Publishing Group, 2016, ⟨10.1038/540202a⟩. ⟨hal-01457254⟩

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