Historical Temperature Trends in Antarctica

By | October 30, 2013



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From the birth and death of ice ages to the decadal meanderings of modern-day weather patterns, studies of Antarctica bear witness to the fact that the atmosphere’s CO2 concentration is not a major player in bringing about significant changes in earth’s climate; and in what follows, the case for this proposition is presented in the form of brief reviews of pertinent studies directed, first of all, at glacial periods, then the singular Holocene, and finally the past few decades.