USF New Research: An Ice Cave in Transylvania Yields Window into Region’s Climate Past

USF New Research: An Ice Cave in Transylvania Yields Window into Region’s Climate Past

USF New Research: An Ice Cave in Transylvania Yields Window into Region’s Climate Past

TAMPA, Fla. – Ice cores drilled from a glacier in a Romanian cave are providing new scientific evidence of how Europe’s winter weather and climate patterns fluctuated during the last 10,000 years, providing new insights for understanding today’s current climate changes. The research is published today in the journal Scientific Reports.

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