Paleoclimate

Paleoclimate is the average climate of the Earth over a long period of time in the past, usually millions of years. It helps us understand Earth's patterns of climate change and can be used to better predict future climate change. Paleoclimate research is used to support atmosphere and climate models, develop better agricultural practices and gain a better understanding of the impact of past climate events on biodiversity and human activity. With the aid of fossils, ice cores and other geologic records, scientists can reconstruct climates of the past, which can provide valuable insights into how climate has changed over time and how it may change in the future.


From: Journal of Weather Changes

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ISSN: Coming Soon
Editor: Noor Apandi Osnin, Certificate of Competency (CoC) Referesher Course, Nautical Sciences, Marine Department, Malaysia.
Publication Type: Open Access Journal
Description: Journal of Weather Changes provides a baseline for the academics, decision makers, and society with broadcasts on various conditions of investigation in weather changes, monitoring and early warning systems, assessment of vulnerability and impacts, developing and implementing intervention policies, effective risk management and adaptation practices