Ice Ages and Interglacials Measurements, Interpretation and Models / by Donald Rapp.
Ice ages represent perhaps the most dramatic example of extreme climate change on the Earth. Understanding how and why ice ages occur is of great importance in our wider understanding of the global climate system and how it might change. If one examines Greenland ice data for the past 100,000 years,...
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