Some local cirque glaciers on eastern Baffin Island were more extensive during the “Little Ice Age” than at any time in at least the past 34,000 yr and possibly the past 60,000 yr. The most reasonable paleoclimatic explanation of such anomalous glacier activity is that during the last glacial maximum in southern Canada, Arctic regions experienced diminished precipitation.

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