The fact that climatic cycle
is correlated with the Glaysberg cycle is determined in different continents.
The archeological surveys showed that the decline in the number of sites documented in the New Bronze Era, extending over 450 years, to 22 signified the start of dry period of the climatic cycle
along with a decrease in rainfall rate at the beginning of the 6th century BC, casting long shadow over al-Lajat region.
1987, Vostok ice core--a continuous isotope temperature record over the last climatic cycle
(160 000 years): Nature, v.
What is a plausible explanation today, despite being difficult to come to terms with, is that there is a natural climatic cycle
, which is, alas, irreversible.
But is it a climatic cycle
we are going through or the result of man's reckless use of fossil fuels?
But there's George Taylor, saying that if global temperatures have been warmer in recent years, the cause is a natural climatic cycle
Drought is a natural, somewhat mysterious part of the climatic cycle
The 1977 shift in the Gulf of Alaska's inshore ecosystem from a community dominated by shrimp and crab to one now dominated by several species of fishes appears to be part of a natural climatic cycle
During his trip to America, the Deputy Prime Minister might do well to realise that just as man-made emissions are not largely responsible for alterations in climate, so man-made 'solutions' will do little to steer the climatic cycle
in a different direction.
The storm was unavoidable, part of the Earth's natural climatic cycle
Whether this is down to global warming or just part of the natural climatic cycle
of a naturally dry continent is unclear, but numerous models suggest that Australia is only going to get drier in the coming decades.
Moreover, cold extremes in the global climatic cycle
-- which develop about every 100,000 years -- dropped temperatures an average of nearly 6[degrees]C beginning approximately 900,000 years ago, a critical evolutionary period for archaic and modern H.