It is a mystery how the ice sheets of Antarctica formed so fast some 34 million years ago. There are two competing theories about how it happened. But scientists at McGill University’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences have found the two theories may be linked.
While the explanation is complex, it does suggest that the effects of climate change to come will be complex. Prof. Galen Halverson explains that some places will get warmer and others will get colder.Listen
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