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Study links humans to Arctic warming

September 4, 2009 by Staff Reporter  
Filed under Energy & Environment

Human-generated greenhouse gas emissions have helped reverse a 2,000-year trend of cooling in the Arctic, prompting warmer average temperatures in the past decade that now rank higher than at any time since 1 B.C., according to a new study published yesterday in the online version of the journal Science.



2 Responses to “Study links humans to Arctic warming”
  1. Magyckone says:

    They shouls call this GLOBULL WHINING because that is what it is.

  2. ECM says:

    More politics masquerading as science: the arctic has not been warming for at least the past 50 years and, in fact, has been getting colder.

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