The limits of the Palookeno and Eoose, around 56 million years ago, had a period called PETM (Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum). This means that the temperature level has been almost 5 degrees. Perhaps more Change of ecosystems Due to the extinction of animal and many plants
Scientists often use the PETM range as a reference against today's climate change. Recently, a new study suggests that human beings make carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, and that PETM is higher than 10-10. And carbon dioxide is still released, depending on the amount of carbon dioxide that enters into the atmosphere entering 2702. PETM is possible.
Researchers at the University of Michigan in the US forecasts that 56 million years of global massive global warming could take place during our later years, 4 generations from one generation to the next.
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