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a helicopter flies around layered volcanic rocks that are up to 4 miles thick and that were formed during ancient volcanic eruptions.

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Layered volcanic rocks in Eastern Greenland that are up to 4 miles thick were formed during ancient volcanic eruptions that caused a global warming event called the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM). Michael Storey, Natural History Museum of Denmark