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Graph of CO2 (Green graph), temperature (Blue graph), and dust concentration (Red graph) measured from the Vostok, Antarctica ice core as reported by Petit et al., 1999. Higher dust levels are believed to be caused by cold, dry periods.
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Data from: http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/paleo/icecore/antarctica/vostok/vostok_data.html
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Comparison of CO2 changes to recent changes
Additional ice age temperature data
Longer record of ice ages
Temperature changes since the end of the last ice age
Another presentation of Vostok Data
Comparison of Greenland and Antarctica ice cores
|12:37, 12 February 2006||en:User:William M. Connolley||(rv. Its not "hard to see" its impossible to see. There is a point worth discusing here, though)|
|12:03, 12 February 2006||en:User:Terjepetersen|
|19:36, 5 February 2006||en:User:Leland McInnes||( →Related Images - prettier comparison graph)|
|19:19, 27 April 2005||en:User:SEWilco||(Explain interest in dust levels)|
|04:46, 27 April 2005||en:User:Dragons flight||(related images.)|
|04:32, 27 April 2005||en:User:184.108.40.206||(update text)|
|04:00, 4 June 2004||en:User:Template namespace initialisation script|
|08:47, 5 May 2004||en:User:William M. Connolley||(Axes!)|
|08:44, 5 May 2004||en:User:William M. Connolley||(Add info)|
|08:40, 5 May 2004||en:User:William M. Connolley||(Graph of Vostok CO2/T/dust from Petit paper)|
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- (del) (rev) 08:40, 5 May 2004 . . en:User:William_M._Connolley William M. Connolley ( en:User_talk:William_M._Connolley Talk) . . 586x207 (7154 bytes) (Graph of Vostok CO2/T/dust from Petit paper)
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