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  • Proterozoic Featured Article Proterozoic Proterozoic

    The Proterozoic eon is a time in the Earth's history that occurred from 2.5 billion to 543 million years ago. Many important events in the geologic history of the... More »

  • Ice Age Featured Article Ice Age Ice Age

    Introduction Ice age refers to any of five long term events in the Earth's history. During an ice age, continental glaciers (also called ice sheets) cover... More »

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A 50th anniversary few remember: LBJ's warning on carbon dioxide Last Updated on 2015-02-02 11:03:21 Fifty years ago this this month President Johnson's science advisors delivered the first warning about rising greenhouse gas emissions to a sitting president. On Feb. 8, he warned Congress about altering the atmosphere with carbon emissions. Above, climate scientist Roger Revelle shakes hands with Johnson in the Oval Office. Photo courtesy Roger Revelle Papers, Special Collections & Archives, University of California, San Diego. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE  More »
Scientists track natural responses to climate change Last Updated on 2015-01-02 10:53:41   CLICK HERE TO READ MORE More »
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