Study on explosive volcanism during ice age provides lessons for today’s rising CO2

https://phys.org/news/2019-05-explosive-volcanism-ice-age-lessons.html

A University of Oklahoma-led study recently found that explosive volcanic eruptions were at least 3-8 times more frequent during the peak of the Late Paleozoic Ice Age (~360 to 260 million years ago). Aerosols produced by explosive volcanism helped keep large ice sheets stable, even when CO2 levels increased, by


Original Title: Study on explosive volcanism during ice age provides lessons for today's rising CO2
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