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University of Oklahoma Geologists Look for Answers in Antarctica


February 23, 2010

polar graphic Focusing on a controversial hypothesis that ice existed at the equator some 300 million years ago, during the late Paleozoic Period, two University of Oklahoma researchers began a project in search of clues to the Earth's climate system. Full Story

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