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The past 2,6 million years the earth has experienced many ice ages. How can we observe the evidence in the nature how the climate shifts from an ice age to a warmer period called interglacial? We see some fresh examples from the coast of Borðoyarvík, Faroe Islands.

Presenter: Lis Mortensen