Study suggests great earthquakes as cause of Arctic warming

The Aleutian Islands are an archipelago with dozens of islands with 40 active and 17 inactive volcanoes. Picture: Shutterstock
Figure 1. Arctic air temperature anomaly variation since 1900. The thick red lines indicate two phases of abrupt warming. Data compiled by Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute. Credit: Leopold Lobkovsky




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