The Cairngorms in Scotland are treasured for their wild landscape, with rugged mountains, fresh streams, and windswept plants - all relics of an ice age past, though ice has been gone for millennia. Or has it? Today, some scientists are beginning to believe that there might have been small glaciers there during a time popularly called the 'Little Ice Age'.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|