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How can Earth's current climate BEST be described? A. approaching an ice age B. just beyond an ice age C. a glacial period of an ice age D. an interglacial period of an ice age
Answer is D. arth's current climate BEST be described as an interglacial period of an ice age. 1. Between ice ages there were warmer interglacial periods and we are now living during such a time. 2. Within an ice age there are warm periods referred to as "interglacial" and cold periods referred to as "glacial." We are in an interglacial period right now.
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Answer is D. arth's current climate BEST be described as an interglacial period of an ice age.
1. Between ice ages there were warmer interglacial periods and we are now living during such a time.
2. Within an ice age there are warm periods referred to as "interglacial" and cold periods referred to as "glacial." We are in an interglacial period right now.
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