Ancient 2-8 Million Year-Old Forest Discovered in Canada's Arctic

Ohio State University researchers and their colleagues have discovered the remains of the northermost  forest buried by a landslide that lived on the island two to eight million years ago, when the Arctic was cooling. The remains could offer clues to how today’s Arctic will respond to global warming... Read More

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