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A higher 'reactivity' of the land surface could explain changes in atmospheric CO2 levels and climate cooling during the late Cenozoic period, reports a paper in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2NBEOCv pic.twitter.com/9zq8wTmHKp

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A higher 'reactivity' of the land surface could explain changes in atmospheric CO2 levels and climate cooling during the late Cenozoic period, reports a paper in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2NBEOCv 

Original Article: A higher 'reactivity' of the land surface could explain changes in atmospheric CO2 levels and climate cooling during the late Cenozoic period, reports a paper in Nature. https://go.nature.com/2NBEOCv pic.twitter.com/9zq8wTmHKp

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