A new research has found that climate changes from millions of years ago are recorded at daily rate in ancient sea shells.
An analysis of tree-rings can enable scientists to get an insight into the past and forecast extreme weather events.
Trees can provide secrets about past events, and their rings can especially yield key information about fires.
By analysing tree-ring data from more than 300 sites in Asia, researchers could piece together a year-by-year history of the region’s monsoon rains as far back as 1300 AD.
The analysis of carbon and oxygen isotopes embedded in tree rings can reveal information about past climate events, Canadian scientists have claimed.
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