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September 23 2012

Vanished Ancient Forest Could Return With Global Warming


Bylot Island, in the Canadian Nunavut territory, is one of the largest uninhabited islands in the world. A study by Alexandre Guertin-Pasquier of the University of Montreal’s Department of Geography reveals that the ancient forests recently discovered on Bylot Island could one day return because of global climate changes.

Guertin-Pasquier presented his findings at the Canadian Paleontology Conference in Toronto on September 21.

“According to the data model, climate conditions on Bylot Island will be able to support the kinds of trees we find in the fossilized forest that currently exist there, such as willow, pine and spruce. I’ve also found evidence of a possible growth of oak and hickory near the study site during this period,” Guertin-Pasquier said..

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