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Heinrich events The release into the ocean of large amounts of ice, as icebergs, at intervals of 8000–10 000 years, with major consequences for the circulation of ocean water and the global climate. The phenomenon was first described in 1988 by Hartmut Heinrich.

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Heinrich events

Heinrich events The release into the ocean of large amounts of ice, as icebergs, at intervals of 8000–10 000 years, with major consequences for the circulation of ocean water and the global climate. The phenomenon was first described in 1988 by Hartmut Heinrich.

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