Tag Archives: Pliocene

Paper: ‘Summer temperatures were about 10°C warmer than today, even though the concentration of atmospheric CO2 was similar’

From AAAS: From Russia with Lovely Data Climate and the atmospheric concentration of CO2 are closely linked. Brigham-Grette et al. (p. 1421, published online 9 May) present data from Lake El’gygytgyn, in northeast Arctic Russia, that shows how climate varied … Continue reading

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Back to the Future: Paradise Lost, or Paradise Regained?

Guest post by Paul MacRae In June, a NASA climate study announced that the warm middle Miocene era, about 16 million years ago, had carbon dioxide levels of 400 to 600 parts per million. The coasts of Antarctica were ice-free … Continue reading

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