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Timing is everything in a game of two hemispheres

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Figure 1: A comparison of the isotope records from the GRIP (Greenland) and Byrd (Antarctica) ice cores during the last ice age.

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White, J., Steig, E. Timing is everything in a game of two hemispheres. Nature 394, 717–718 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1038/29386

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