Ancient Glacial Lake had Massive Impact on Climate, Slowed Warming of Earth

Illustration from the research paper “Glacial Lake Agassiz: A 5,000 yr history of change and its relationship to the record of Greenland” by Dr. James Teller, a geologist with the Department of Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba, and David W. Leverington, with the Center for Earth and Planetary Studies of the National Air and Space Museum in the Smithsonian Institution at Washington, D.C. It shows the various routes glacial Lake Agassiz drained into the ocean throughout its history.
A fossil from an ancient sea creature that once inhabited glacial Lake Agassiz.

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