Thousands of new lakes and river beds and an ocean level that was up to 100m higher than it had been during the peak of the ice age was left behind.
Thicker layers of ice covered most parts of the world after the last ice age.
No land and only water was left behind.
We can find out approximately how wet and how warm the summers were in the regions were the trees grew.
We can find out approximately how tall the tree is.
It tells us how many different roots can be found in the soil.
It provides temperature and rainfall information from the past hundreds or even thousands of years.
A & d are both correct
How large of a shovel we need to buy.
The amount of snowfall in the season.
How much snowfall we will get in the next 200 000 years.
The weather conditions of that region.
What type of plants grew in that region.
All of the above.
The price of clothes
My science mark
Increased moisture in the atmosphere
Hurricanes in the USA
Decreased moisture in the atmosphere
A & b
Composition of the atmosphere when the ice was formed
The minerals in the water, which then froze to ice
B & c
None of the above