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Scientists to make a 20 000 years climate forecast based on the data from the cave

Scientists at the Institute of the Earth’s Crust of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, together with colleagues from Oxford University, UK, and the Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, will use the data of the research of Botovskaya cave in Irkutsk region, the longest cave in the Russian Federation, to reconstruct prehistoric climate. It is possible to make a guess based on that data — what would happen to the climate in 20 thousand years, said Alexander Osintsev, the head of the Spelaeology Section of the regional branch of the Russian Geographical Society (RGO).
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The spelaeologist said that on February 12th yet another expedition to the Botovsky cave came to an end. 11 experts from Slovakia, Germany, the Great Britain and Russia took part in it. Their task was to investigate the new passages of the underground labyrinth and to collect samples of substances that can contain information about life on Earth in the earliest epochs. According to Osintsev, a reconstruction of the palaeoclimate will be made (i.e. a special map showing the climatic zones at a certain point in the history of the planet) based on this data, and it will form the basis for the forecast of climate changes on the planet.

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