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Global warming as viewed from the deep ocean


October 31, 2013

scientists bringing up a core of bottom sediment Yair Rosenthal of Rutgers University, Braddock Linsley of Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, and Delia W. Oppo of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution used the shells of tiny, single-celled, bottom-dwelling foraminifera found in sediment cores to reconstruct the Pacific Ocean's heat content over the last 10,000 years. Their paper has been published in Science. Full Story

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