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New paper finds CO2 rapidly increased during the last ice age: Paper published today in Geophysical Research Letters

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Thus, rapid increases in atmospheric CO2 have been shown to occur naturally due to processes not captured by climate models.

In addition, temperature rise during the last ice age was found to be synchronous or leading CO2 rise, implying that temperature controls atmospheric CO2, rather than CO2 controlling temperature’

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