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Press Release 13-061

In Last Great Age of Warmth, Carbon Dioxide at Work...But Not Alone

Scientists find that cloud feedbacks and ocean mixing likely played role in Pliocene warming

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Photo showing the geochemistry of microscopic plankton

The geochemistry of microscopic plankton (foraminifera) was used to reconstruct ocean temperatures.

Credit: O.R. Anderson


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Drillship JOIDES Resolution at sea.

Scientists aboard the ocean drillship JOIDES Resolution retrieve deep-sea sediment cores.

Credit: IODP


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Scientists remove the core catcher from a core barrel.

Aboard the JOIDES Resolution, crew members remove the core catcher from a core barrel.

Credit: IODP


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Close-up photo of a fossil coral compared to the size of a penny

Former dwellers in Pliocene seas: fossil coral found on modern-day Cyprus.

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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Close-up photo of a fossil gastropod and attached tubeworm.

A fossil gastropod and attached tubeworm from the Pliocene, found on Cyprus.

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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