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DATE

2008-05

AUTHORS

David Archer

ABSTRACT

Atmospheric carbon dioxide levels greatly influence the Earth's climate. Evidence from ice cores and marine sediments suggests that over timescales beyond the glacial cycles, carbon fluxes are finely balanced and act to stabilize temperatures.

PAGES

289-290

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo194

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