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14/08/2012

Adam Walton visits Bangor University to hear how long-lived marine molluscs are helping scientists discover the changes in Earth's climate over the centuries.

30 minutes

Last on

Sun 19 Aug 2012 06:30

Ancient Climate

Adam Walton visits Bangor University School of Ocean Sciences to hear about research into long-living Icelandic clams which are helping scientists to unveil some of the secrets of Earth's climate over the last thousand years. We also hear how Swansea based scientists are also gaining an insight into ancient climate using information gained from tree rings.

Bangor School of Ocean Sciences

Climate change research at Bangor

Swansea University research 

BBC Science & Nature - Climate Change

 

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