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Tipping points accelerated climate change in the last Ice Age, new research shows

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Could environmental tipping points really influence the Earth's climate all that much? A new study from an international team of four scientists says yes. Their study is the first to show that in our planet's past, gradual changes in carbon dioxide concentrations hit tipping points that then set off temperature spikes of as much as 10 degrees Celsius in only a few decades. Related:





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