Global Warming in Greenland
Deep inside caves of northeast Greenland, Gina Moseley is constructing a record of climate change. Locked into the cave deposits are data from 30,000-60,000 years ago. During this time the Earth was in the midst of an ice age when there were sudden and rapid changes in climate. Join Moseley as she retrieves samples that will help scientists understand just how fast these changes happen.
Conservation, Earth Science, Climatology, Geography