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Rising seas, peat may have done in large ice age animals

...Woolly mammoths and other large ice age mammals thrived in northern Alaska...University of California studied bones of ice age horses, steppe bison, mammoths and...the "astronomical drivers" of the ice ages."The Earth's climate during the...
An Outdoor View: The king of Alaska's rivers

...their departed loved ones on it. But mostly, the Kenai is about fishing."When the glaciers retreated after the last Ice Age, salmon found the Kenai and migrated up it to spawn and die. Ever since, the annual salmon migration has nourished the...

...Indonesia, where nearly all of the estimated 100 remaining Sumatran rhinos live. Numbers of the two-horned descendants of Ice Age wooly rhinos have fallen by some 90 percent since the mid-1980s as development of their Southeast Asia forest habitat...
Op-ed: The pope, the globe and the facts Newsweek, Time, Life and National Geographic were convinced the globe was cooling and we were in danger of a "new Ice Age."In his encyclical, Francis calls for "an honest and open debate so that particular interests or ideologies will not...

...they're called because of the way the Ice Age Floods scoured the soil to expose...created by the scouring waters of the Ice Age Floods.The most scenic portion of...Mountaineers Books).. On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods (Keokee Books)Information...

...Non-eruptive events recorded since 1741. Mount Augustine 4,134 feet A volcanic island in Kamishak Bay. Erupted: 1883, 1908, 1935, 1963-64, 1976, 1986 and 2005-06. Mount Douglas 7,020 feet Inactive since the most recent Ice Age.
Refuge Notebook: Tracking time in the New and Old Worlds

...crossing the Bering land bridge less than 20,000 years ago, coinciding with glaciers receding at the end of the Wisconsin Ice Age. Carbon-14 dating shows the first Sphagnum peatlands were indeed being laid down in the Kenai Lowlands 18,000 years...
Cal Thomas: Chicken Little 'science'

...adaptable species. People live on the equator and in the Arctic, in the desert and in the rainforest. We survived the ice ages with primitive technologies. The idea that climate change poses an existential threat to humankind is laughable."German...
Refuge Notebook: Ice-age mammals on the Kenai Peninsula - an update

...our progress during a 5-year community-based investigation of these interesting fossils. Since 1958, 19 fossils of ice-age mammals have been found on the western Kenai Peninsula. A twentieth fossil bone was too small and indistinctive to be...
Reeling it in: 'Snowpiercer' a thought-provoking ride

...temperature. Instead, due to some unknown miscalculation, the experiment plunges the planet into a complete global ice-age. Everyone everywhere perishes in the frigid temperatures. Everyone, that is, except for those who were lucky enough...
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