Trees Grew In Greenland When The Vikings Lived There

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During the non-existent MWP, trees grew in Greenland. Mikey says it is much warmer in Greenland now, because it is too cold for trees to grow.

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And during the last ice age, trees grew further north in Alaska. Hinting that the ice age was likely due to a persistent weather pattern similar to the past winter – i.e. warm in Alaska, cold in the midwest and eastern US.

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CHANGING CLIMATE INDICATED IN ARCTIC – Professor Griggs Traces Fate of Lost Norse Colonies to Increasing Greenland Cold. TREE ROOTS PIERCE BODIES

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