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Stirring It Up: North Pacific Circulation Was Radically Changed by Past Post-Glacial Warming

Study provides insights into major climate swings

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Photo of the Pacific ocean.

During past post-glacial warming, the Pacific moderated climate.

Credit: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research


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Dr. Timmermann explains the Pacific Ocean's moderating effect on climate during past post-glacial warming.

Credit: University of Hawaii/National Science Foundation

 

Dr. Timmermann explains questions raised by his research about future warming.

Credit: University of Hawaii/National Science Foundation

 

Dr. Timmermann explains the importance of this topic.

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Cover of the July 9, 2010 issue of Science.

This research is detailed in the July 9, 2010 issue of Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS 2010


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