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Evidence of climate change
An introduction to the use of tree rings, ice cores and glacial activity as evidence of climate change. Two main pieces of evidence for climate change are discussed; the effects of temperature on tree ring widths over the short term and ice cores as evidence of longer term fluctuations. It suggests continental drift has a part to play over the longest time scales.
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