Do volcanoes trigger climate change?
Huge volcanic eruptions may have pushed the climate from global warming to global cooling 16 million years ago. The theory could have big implications for efforts to slow climate change by fertilising plankton in the ocean. Sev Kender, Victoria Peck and John Smellie explain.
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Winter 2009, pp. 14 - 15