TORONTO---University of Michigan scientists have discovered evidence, recorded in 12,000-year-old Lake Huron glacial sediments, for brief, sudden episodes of rapid warming at the end of the last Ice Age which melted glaciers and sent water surging through the Great Lakes to the North Atlantic.
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