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Greenhouse Gas is No Weakling
Last Post 11 Apr 2012 09:30 PM by David Holbert. 0 Replies.
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David HolbertUser is Offline Senior Member Senior Member Posts:668
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11 Apr 2012 09:30 PM


    In an online article written for Science Now, Richard Kerr addresses a recent article published in Nature.  Data reveals that the last Ice Age ended with the increase of carbon dioxide.  Many people point to this warming as happening before an increase in carbon dioxide minimizing it's role in current warming trends.  I think that this article would be great to share with your students if you were using the LTF activity 'Are You Meeting The Kyoto Protocol?'.  The  link is below.

    Science Now article
     news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2012...tml?ref=hp
    Dave Holbert
    NMSI Science Online Forum Facilitator
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