Radiocarbon-dated glacial deposits from several different areas of the world indicate that alpine glaciers and ice caps in parts of both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres expanded in response to climate change in early Holocene time. These data suggest that a worldwide episode of cooler climate similar in scope to the more recent Neoglaciation occurred ca. 8,500−7,500 yr B.P.

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