Volcanic Activity Triggered Deadly Prehistoric Warming

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: April 26, 2007   View Article

The prehistoric bout of volcanic activity that slowly ripped Greenland from Europe triggered a deadly global warming event, a new study says.

The event, which happened about 55 million years ago, has similarities to today’s climate changes, which have been linked to human generation of greenhouse gases from fossil fuels.

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