> Climate's Long-Lost Twin:
> A warm spell in the distant past holds soggy clues to the future.
> By R. Monastersky
> .... Hearty has come to the cliffs searching for a distinctive
> limestone band from 400,000 years ago, a warm interlude known as stage 11.
> Today, the former beach sits so far above the ocean
The whole coastline- andes mtn range included- has been upthrust for
millenia due to
platetectonics. Perhaps the author forgot this minor point?
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