Tagged: interglacial

Humans have dealt with plenty of climate variability - Climate: Explained

Guest Author Sep 23, 2020

Climate Explained is a collaboration between The Conversation, Stuff and the New Zealand Science Media Centre to answer your questions about climate change. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, please send it to climate.change@stuff.co.nz How much climate variability have humans dealt with since we evolved and since we started settling (Neolithic … Read More

Ice ages have been linked to the Earth’s wobbly orbit – but when is the next one? - Guest Work

Guest Author Dec 10, 2016

By Mark Maslin, UCL Over the last two and a half million years the Earth has undergone more than 50 major ice ages, each having a profound effect on our planet’s climate. But what causes them and how do we predict when the next big ice age will hit? About 40 years ago, scientists realised that ice ages … Read More