Recently, a team of international researchers drilled a core into Lake El'gygytgyn. The core is 444 feet deep. The drilling has helped researchers in understanding a unique behavior of environment. It has come to light through the drilling that Arctic has experienced high temperature and heavy rainfall.
The high temperature thus recorded by the researchers was previously unknown to them. The findings have forced the researchers to say that the climate change is adversely affecting the two poles of Arctic. Previously, the researchers were aware of Arctic experiencing sudden high temperature and rainfall, a situation which is called interglacials.
However, the researchers were not aware of such a high temperature. The recent findings have baffled the researchers. Further studies would be conducted by the researchers to understand the Earth’s past climatic behavior.
It has been informed that the Lake El’gygytgyn was formed 3.6 million years ago. Collision of a meteorite with the Earth gave birth to the lake. Climate changes have been causing worries to the researchers. It is believed that after studying the past climate of the Earth, the researchers will get answers to their queries and the mysteries about the climate change would also be resolved.
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