Analysis of ice cores delivers continuous data for the first time on industrial soot from 1740 to today, reports HeritageDaily.
In the first half of the 19th century, a series of large volcanic eruptions in the tropics led to a temporary global cooling of Earth’s climate.
It was a natural process that caused Alpine glaciers to grow and subsequently recede again during the final phase of the so-called Little Ice Age.
This has now been proven by PSI researchers, on the basis of ice cores.
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