Last Glacial Maximum http://archaeology.about.com/od/lterms/g/last_glacial_ma.htm

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change. It was established by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

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#geoubcsic Reconstruction of ice-sheet changes in the Antarctic Peninsula since the Last Glacial Maximum. Cofaigh, CO; Davies, BJ; Livingstone, SJ; Smith, JA; Johnson, JS; Hocking, EP; Hodgson, DA; Anderson, JB; Bentley, MJ; Canals, M; Domack, E; Dowdeswell, JA; Evans, J; Glasser, NF; Hillenbrand, CD; Larter, RD; Roberts, SJ; Simms, AR. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS V.100:87-110. [2014]. This paper compiles and reviews marine and terrestrial data constraining the dimensions and configuration…

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Last Glacial Maximum - map of vegetation patterns during the Last Glacial Maximum, much of the world was cold, dry, and inhospitable, with frequent storms and a dust-laden atmosphere. The dustiness of the LGM atmosphere is a prominent feature in ice cores; dust levels were as much as 20 to 25 times greater than at present. This was probably due to a number of factors: reduced vegetation, stronger global winds, and less precipitation to clear dust from the atmosphere.

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Cave Bear Skull. Ursus Spelaeus meaning "cave" where theses bears lived most of their lives unlike the brown bear that used caves for hibernation. They lived in Europe during the Pleistocene and became extinct at the beginning of the Last Glacial Maximum, about 27,500 years ago.

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Last Glacial Maximum - A map of sea surface temperature changes and glacial extent during the last glacial maximum according to the CLIMAP project. During the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), vast ice sheets covered much of North America, northern Europe and Asia. These ice sheets profoundly affected Earth's climate, causing drought, desertification and a dramatic drop in sea levels. It was followed by the Late Glacial Maximum.

#HumanMigration A ground-breaking new study on DNA recovered from a fossil of one of the earliest known Europeans - a man who lived 36,000 years ago in Kostenki, western Russia - has shown that the earliest European humans' genetic ancestry survived the Last Glacial Maximum: the peak point of the last ice age.

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http://www.forbes.com/sites/larrybell/2013/05/21/the-greening-of-gores-bank-account/2/

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