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Climate clues in ice

Antarctic core reveals lowest levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide on record

12:01pm, May 14, 2008

A kilometers-long ice core from Antarctica has recorded climate information for the past 800,000 years and has revealed a three millennia–long period when carbon dioxide levels in the air were lower than any previously measured.

The longest detailed records of atmospheric gases previously reported, from the uppe

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