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New Baylor Research Shows Using Leaves' Characteristics Improves Accuracy Measuring Past Climates

April 18, 2011

Daniel Peppe A study led by Baylor University geologists shows that a new method that uses different size and shape traits of leaves to reconstruct past climates over the last 120 million years is more accurate than other current methods. Full Story

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