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What does the term Milankovitch cycles refer to? A. alternating glacial and interglacial periods B. advancing and retreating continental ice sheets C. freezing and melting of fallen snow
to shape glaciers D. periodic changes in Earth's orbit and axial tilt that affect climate
D. periodic changes in Earth's orbit and axial tilt that affect climate
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