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Record #154597:

Feel the pulse / Fred Pearce.

Title: Feel the pulse / Fred Pearce.
Author(s): Pearce, Fred.
Date: 2000.
In: New Scientist. (2000.), Vol. 167(2254) (2000)
Abstract: Gives background to study of climate change, particularly since Little Ice Age, and discusses Gerard Bond's theory that Little Ice Age is sign of pervasive `pulse' in world's climatic system, appearing approximately once every 1500 years. Conveyor-belt system of North Atlantic that connects ocean circulation with atmosphere may be linked to 1500 year cycle, but other theories now include influence of solar radiation, and extraterrestrial gravitational forces acting on Earth's tides.
Notes:

New Scientist. Vol. 167(2254) :30-33 (2000).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.326.5 -- Floating ice, extraneous matter.
551.338 -- Ice ages, theories of causation.
551.794 -- Holocene.
551.583.2 -- Climatic changes, historic.
551.465.71 -- Ocean dynamics, solar and terrestrial effects.
551.466.7 -- Oceanography, tides.
E9 -- Glaciology: meteorology and climatology.
SPRI record no.: 154597

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