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This is a landscape that is adapted to colder conditions, so when you change it, even a small amount of water flowing through rock is sufficient to cause substantial change.
New Hampshire has a certain degree of low-level seismicity, as does a lot of the eastern U.S. We just don’t hear about it much because the earthquakes are small.
Our findings specifically lend credence to the idea that volcanism was disturbing the atmosphere and the climate way before the asteroid.
Our results demonstrate how intervention at the federal level can effectively stop illegal mining in Peru. But that is just one aspect of the problem, as a multifaceted approach is necessary.
We need a lot more work like this, to better understand the interaction between ocean water and the ice, and what drives that melt rate.
There’s now two major drivers of climate change. There’s humans and there’s the natural system, and it’s not just one operating on its own. We need to understand the interactions between the two.
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