Kangerlussuaq Fjord, Greenland [image credit: notsogreen.com]
CO2Science summarises another study pointing to more ‘inconvenient’ data concerning the Medieval Warm Period.
In the introduction to their enlightening study, Miettinen et al. (2015) write that they “reconstructed August sea surface temperature (aSST) and April sea ice concentration (aSIC) at sub-decadal temporal resolution based on diatom assemblages found in sediment core MC99-2322 from the Kangerlussuaq Trough, SE Greenland shelf in order to investigate the variability of summer sea surface conditions along with possible forcing factors on the climatologically sensitive SE Greenland shelf during the last 1130 years.
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