130.000 years of climate change in Borðoyavík, Faroe Islands
The past 2,6 million years the earth has experienced many ice ages. How can we observe the evidence in the nature how the climate shifts from an ice age to a warmer period called interglacial? We see some fresh examples from the coast of Borðoyarvík, Faroe Islands.
The lesson will end with a KAHOOT quiz where you can join with a mobile device such as a computer or smart phone with internet access.
I recommend to prepare for the lesson by looking up following polarpedia words: Glaciation and Interglaciation.
If the lesson is full, please sign up for the standby list. If someone does not show up for the lesson the link will be sent out to the standby list. And the lesson may be held again soon.