Future of the Environment

European colonisation of the Americas might have caused global cooling, according to new research

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Alexander Koch

PhD candidate in Physical Geography, UCL

Chris Brierley

Associate Professor of Geography, UCL

Mark Maslin

Professor of Earth System Science, UCL

Simon Lewis

Professor of Global Change Science, University of Leeds and UCL

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Global temperatures dipped at the same time as the Great Dying in the Americas.
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