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LIA In Iceland Coldest Period For 8000 Years

October 30, 2012

By Paul Homewood




h/t CO2 Science

Research from Larsen and colleagues  suggest that the Little Ice Age in Iceland marked the “most extensive glacial advance of the neoglacial interval” and that “the LIA was the coldest period of the last 8 thousand years."


This research adds to many similar findings from various other research projects in Greenland, Iceland and other Arctic regions.

One Comment
  1. October 30, 2012 7:30 pm

    And that’s the Eden that the AGW alarmists want us to return to!
    Thanks, but nothanksjustthesame.

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