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Press Release 13-137
Back to the future: Scientists look into Earth's "Deep Time" to predict future effects of climate change

Express concern for Earth's ability to handle rapid changes

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Graphic illsutration showing a spiral with geological time periods

Time spiral: looking back through time to understand future climate change.

Credit: NASA


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A selection of fungi displayed on a table

Scientists are conducting research on organisms from large to small, here a selection of fungi.

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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Image of a forested area in a mountenous zone.

Researchers are studying climate change effects on organisms and on ecosystems.

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Image of wheat field with rolls of hey and poppies

Will pollinators and other species be able to keep up with the pace of climate change?

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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Tropical forests in the Amazon

Tropical forests in places like the Amazon may be hard-hit by future climate change.

Credit: Wikimedia Commons


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cover of Science magazine

The researchers' findings are described in the Aug. 2, 2013, issue of Science.

Credit: Copyright AAAS, 2013


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