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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-88.4.481
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Abstract

ANCIEN T TEMPERATURE DROP something—suc h as a decrease in th e ocean consume d atmospheric MA Y HAVE WIPE D OU T greenhouse gases—must have over- carbo n dioxide, and 2) the rise of SPECIES whelmed the ocean currents effect. gian t mountain s on the Tibetan A recent study reveals tha t a reduc- Th e cause of th e change in platea u exposed more rocks to tio n in the amoun t of greenhouse greenhous e gas levels remain s a weathering , a process that soaks gase s in the atmosphere led to mystery , although there are two u p carbo n dioxide. a significant decrease in global popula r theories: 1) a n increase in Th e research appeared in a temperature s 34 millio n years th e numbe r of small organism s in recen t issue of Nature. ago, whic h ma y have cause d many amphibian s and reptiles in North RUNAWA Y ICEBERG COUL D BE A HAZAR D Americ a to becom e extinct. Scientist s are keeping their eyes "The potentia l issue her e is tha t o n an iceberg that broke

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 2007

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