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Understanding Solar Activity and Climate - Perspectives on Ocean Science

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Uploaded on May 13, 2010

The sun dominates life on our planet, yet we know astonishingly little about long-term variation in solar activity and how it might have influenced Earths climate. Join Devendra Lal as he explains how chemical clues locked in Antarctic ice can reconstruct 1,000 years of solar activity and how this knowledge is critical to understanding Earths climate history. Series: Perspectives on Ocean Science [5/2010] [Science] [Show ID: 18196]

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