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The origins of ice age climate changes may lie in the Southern Hemisphere, where interactions among the westerly wind system, the Southern Ocean and the tropical Pacific can trigger rapid, global changes in atmospheric temperature, according to an international research team led by the University of Maine.
Nagle, Margaret, "Zealandia Switch may be the missing link in understanding ice age climates" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 1068.
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