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Record #139825:

Et mildt og frodigt Østgrønland = Tunu issaasattoq naggorissorlu / Ole Bennike, Jens Böcher.

Title: Et mildt og frodigt Østgrønland = Tunu issaasattoq naggorissorlu / Ole Bennike, Jens Böcher.
Translated title: A mild and lush East Greenland.
Author(s): Bennike, Ole.
Böcher, Jens.
Date: 1996.
Language: Danish and Greenlandic.
In: Forskning i Grønland = Tusaat. (1996.), Vol. 1 (1996)
Abstract: Deposits in East Greenland from inter-ice ages reveal that summer average temperature has been 5° higher than today and that vegetation and insect life were much more varied. Probably only most hardy plants and insects survived ice age and present members were brought in by wind, water currents, animals and men. Article describes some of most interesting examples, including beetles, which have gone from 25 to 3 species.
Notes:

Forskning i Grønland = Tusaat. Vol. 1 :10-17 (1996).

Keywords: 551.583.3 -- Climatic changes, Quaternary.
D -- Atmospheric sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*381) -- East Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 139825

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