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Q: Evidence from proxies indicate eight major oscillations in global temperatures over the past 800,000 years, most likely the result of (Points : 5)
A: It was most likely the result of natural varibility.
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User: Evidence from proxies indicate eight major oscillations in global temperatures over the past 800,000 years, most likely the result of (Points : 5)

Weegy: It was most likely the result of natural varibility.
sharpies|Points 8034|

User: Evidence from proxies indicate eight major oscillations in global temperatures over the past 800,000 years, most likely the result of

Weegy: It was most likely the result of natural varibility.
sharpies|Points 8034|

User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate? (Points : 5)

Weegy: Can you please give the choices so we can properly answer your question. Thanks!
sipichapie|Points 4511|

User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate?

Weegy: Can you please give the choices so we can properly answer your question. Thanks!
sipichapie|Points 4511|

User: Which one of the following has a net negative forcing effect on global climate? ozone in the troposphere industrial sulfate aerosols carbon dioxide in the troposphere low clouds in the troposphere

Weegy: Ozone in the troposphere has a net negative forcing effect to global climate.
sueltosil|Points 30|

User: The 2007 report of the Panel on Climate Change reported that global climate change is certain and it is very likely that humans are to blame likely and it is possible that humans are to blame happening in some regions of the world and in some places people may be to blame still unclear and the evidence and the causes of change require additional studies

Weegy: Answer is it is very likely that humans are to blame likely and it is possible that humans are to blame.
samn|Points 1996|

User: Current levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide are remaining high but steady higher than they have been in 800,000 years fluctuating greatly but are starting to increase again after a downward trend in the 1990s decreasing because surplus carbon dioxide is being absorbed by the arctic permafrost

Weegy: 2. higher than they have been in 800,000 years .
nalinichandel|Points 14|

User: Current levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide are (Points : 5) remaining high but steady higher than they have been in 800,000 years fluctuating greatly but are starting to increase again after a downward trend in the 1990s decreasing because surplus carbon dioxide is being absorbed by the arctic permafrost

Weegy: 2. higher than they have been in 800,000 years .
nalinichandel|Points 14|

User: Increasing levels of greenhouse gases have caused a rise in ocean temperatures but a decrease in ocean pH rise in ocean temperatures and an increase in ocean pH decrease in ocean temperatures and a decrease in ocean pH decrease in ocean temperatures but an increase in ocean pH

Weegy: Increase of greenhouse gases causes an increase in global temperature will cause sea levels to rise.
scijoe21|Points 1705|

User: Increasing levels of greenhouse gases have caused a (Points : 5) rise in ocean temperatures but a decrease in ocean pH rise in ocean temperatures and an increase in ocean pH decrease in ocean temperatures and a decrease in ocean pH decrease in ocean temperatures but an increase in ocean pH

Weegy: a decrease in ocean pH
mandul|Points 261|

User: Evidence from proxies indicate eight major oscillations in global temperatures over the past 800,000 years, most likely the result of (Points : 5) rising and falling of sea levels that greatly impact photosynthetic activity variations in solar activity that produce different levels of radiation Milankovitch cycles of periodic variations in Earth's orbits around the sun lunar cycles in which the moon orbits at different distances from the Earth





Weegy: Milankovitch cycles of periodic variations in Earth's orbits around the sun
Expert answered|ldnjoe|Points 16|

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