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Geologic evidence is the forerunner of ominous prospects for a warming earth

  • Thu, 12 Oct 2017 23:32
While strong seasonal hurricanes have devastated many of the Caribbean and Bahamian islands this year, geologic studies on several of these islands illustrate that more extreme conditions existed in the past. A new analysis shows that the limestone islands of the Bahamas and Bermuda experienced climate changes that were even more extreme than historical events. Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily


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