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Record #53654:

Ice ages and the thermal equilibrium of the Earth, 2 / David P. Adams.

Title: Ice ages and the thermal equilibrium of the Earth, 2 / David P. Adams.
Author(s): Adams, David P.
Date: 1975.
In: Quaternary Research. (1975.), Vol. 5(2) (1975)
Abstract: Suggests that climatic perturbations of ice ages are almost entirely produced by terrestrial causes that are themselves the result of continental glaciation, that solar output need not vary, and that sequence of climatic events characteristic of continental glaciations results from changes in relative importance of various planetary energy sinks and energy storage and transfer mechanisms.
Notes:

Quaternary Research. Vol. 5(2) :161-171 (1975).

Keywords: 551.338 -- Ice ages, theories of causation.
SPRI record no.: 53654

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