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Seesawing ice: The Case of the Alternating Ice Sheets — Studies reveal ‘linkage between the ice at the north pole and the ice in and around Antarctica’

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‘The glaciers of Greenland hit a low back in the early 1930s that rivals current reports of glacial melting, an indication the Arctic pack ice might have been rather sparse in the summers back then as well’

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