Dr Eleanor Maddison a researcher on the Tipping Points project based at the Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience investigates the climate of the past in Greenland by studying tiny insects known as non-biting midges that provide clues to what the climate was like thousands of years ago. This is Part 2 of an ongoing video series that gives an insider's perspective on studying past climate change as researchers investigate potential 'tipping points' in the Earth's climate system in the North Atlantic region.
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