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Letting off steam

Palaeoclimatologists reconstruct past climatic conditions (mainly temperature and precipitation) using a number of high-resolution ‘proxy’ records. The records that are produced can then be assessed, in comparison with archaeological findings and historical records, to examine the impact of past climate change on the human race and individual societies. In a recent newspaper article titled “The climate has changed before: But...

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