Inconvenient new study: Canadian Arctic had significantly warmer summers a few thousand years agoPosted: March 26, 2016
Thank God humans today have evolved to be able to invent bodies such as the UN IPCC, Greenpeace, WWF and develop climate changing weapons – wind and solar – such that they will guarantee the temperature of the Canadian Arctic never becomes hotter than it was a few thousand years ago.
Shame on you Barney Rubble and your planet hating cave men buddies.
From the melting sea ice and dead polar bears department comes this new study:
Multiproxy paleoecological evidence of Holocene climatic changes on the Boothia Peninsula, Canadian Arctic
Marie-Claude Fortin, Konrad Gajewski, Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology, Laboratory for Paleoclimatology and Climatology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5, Canada
Received 20 September 2015, Available online 22 March 2016
A study of chironomid remains in the sediments of Lake JR01 on the Boothia Peninsula in the central Canadian Arctic provides a high-resolution record of mean July air temperatures for the last 6.9 ka. Diatom and pollen studies have previously been published from this core. Peak Holocene temperatures occurred prior to 5.0 ka, a time when overall aquatic and terrestrial biological production was high. Chironomid-inferred summer air temperatures reached up to 7.5°C during this period. The region of Lake JR01 cooled over the mid- to late Holocene, with high biological production…
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