Push from the Pacific

Enhanced upwelling and CO2 degassing from the subpolar North Pacific during a warm event 14,000 years ago may have helped keep atmospheric CO2 levels high enough to propel the Earth out of the last ice age.

Jaccard S. L. & Galbraith E. D., 2018. Push from the Pacific. Nature Geoscience. 11: 299–300. Article (subscription required).

 

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