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The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) refers to a time interval between AD 900 and 1300 in which some Northern Hemisphere regions were warmer than during the period known as the...
The Atlantic period is a post-Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) European climate regime. This refers to the period from about 6,000-3,000 BC that spans most of the warmest postglacial...
Many poor people live around national parks in developing countries. Does that mean that these parks are contributing to their poverty?
Living on the Edge of...
The English Channel is that saline water body that connects the North Sea to the Celtic Sea. It is bounded on the north by England and on the south by France. This water body...
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