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Record #176345:

Studies portray Arctic as sultry in distant past: heat trapping gases may be more powerful than scientists thought / Andrew C. Revkin.

Title: Studies portray Arctic as sultry in distant past: heat trapping gases may be more powerful than scientists thought / Andrew C. Revkin.
Author(s): Revkin, Andrew C.
Date: 2006.
In: Polar Times. (2006.), Vol. 3(9) (2006)
Abstract: Reports analysis of core samples from layered seabed 150 miles from North Pole, indicating year-round average temperatures of 74° Fahrenheit during Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Discusses relationship between climate change and greenhouse gases.
Notes:

Polar Times. Vol. 3(9) :8-9 (2006).

First published in New York Times, 1 June 2006.

Keywords: 551.58 -- Climatology.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
551.583.3 -- Climatic changes, Quaternary.
551.781.3 -- Palaeocene.
551.781.4 -- Eocene.
C -- Oceanography, hydrography and hydrology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*301) -- North Pole.
SPRI record no.: 176345

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