March 28, 2008
As global temperatures rise, glaciers melt and sea levels go up, right? Well, new research on prehistoric climates indicates that the opposite could somehow be true. The findings add a new twist to how we think about climate change.
Topics: Environment, Climate history, Effects of global warming, Climatology, Are We Changing Planet Earth?, Scientific opinion on climate change, Earth, Meteorology, Climate change, Atmospheric sciences, Carbon finance, Global warming