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Global Climate Change

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{Nature_and_Environment.7.11}: Kai Hagen {kai} Wed, 25 Feb 2004 11:08:17 CST (15 lines)
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I think it's more accurate to say that there is something close to a consensus that this
is one of the reasonable/possible scenarios, especially since there is good evidence of
just such a sudden and dramatic shift happening before.

I've been reading about this particular prospect for a few years now, having first been
introduced to it by William Calvin in this 1998 piece from The Atlantic Magazine.

http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/98jan/climate.htm

It's an excellent introduction.

For those of you who want a lot of a little more, here is an outstanding page of
related links from the folks at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:

http://www.whoi.edu/institutes/occi/currenttopics/ct_abruptclimate.htm

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