Scientists Bring Again Earth’s ‘reminiscence’ With Mountaintop Ice

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Driver of the interannual variations of isotope in ice core from the middle of tibetan plateau

understood, and that the aforementioned processes usually are not the only factors

Continuous methane measurements from a late holocene greenland ice core: atmospheric and in-situ signals

line, 209Bi, black squares, 238U, black triangles), δ18O

Soil and rocks on the Earth’s surface reveal the advance and retreat of glaciers over the land surface, and fossilized pollen traces out rough boundaries of where the local weather situations were proper for different species of plants and trees to live. Unique water and rock formations in caves harbor a local weather report of their very own. To perceive the Earth’s climate history, scientists must convey collectively all of these scattered threads into a single, seamless story.

Simulating the evolution of qiangtang no. 1 glacier in the central tibetan plateau to 2050

revealed that nssSO42- and δ18O information present the