Monday, April 07, 2008
The State of the Climate
Labels: Science; Global Warming
The last thing I read on the issue stated that the Greenland icecap was melting at an unanticipated high rate. Was this merely a local phenonmenon?
As to Greenland, I don't know what the state of the icepack is, but it might be well to remember that prior to the mini ice age (during the medieval warm period), south Greenland was farmland; the farmers were driven out by the falling temperatures over a period of a couple of centuries.