Jan 04, 2020

What the ancient carbon dioxide record may mean for future climate change: Deep-time reconstruction shows tropical forests can deeply impact climate change -- ScienceDaily

Scientists have reconstructed the ancient atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) record from about 300 million years ago. Their study reveals previously unknown fluctuations of atmospheric CO2 at levels projected for current century, they say. It also highlights the potential impact the loss of tropical forests can have on climate.

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/MEPWT

Similar Articles Added Earlier

Similar Articles Added Today

  • cuingotfld, Autore presso www.annunciogratis.net

    The worth and threat associated with business bonds depend in big part on the monetary outlook and track record of the business providing the bond. Bonds provided by business with low credit...

Most Recent sciencedaily.com Articles

Latest Links Processed