New Research Shows Earth's Tilt Influences Climate Change Over 282,000 Years? It's Not Call Climate Change It's Call SEASONS Wrong Answer Here, The Right Answer IS Whichever Hemisphere Is Tilt Towards the Sun Experiences More Energy, and Warms Up, While The Hemisphere Tilt Away Receives Less Energy And Cools Down.
Louisiana State University paleoclimatologist Kristine DeLong contributed to an international research breakthrough that sheds new light on how the tilt of the Earth affects the world's heaviest rainbelt. DeLong analyzed data from the past 282,000 years that shows, for the first time, a connection between the Earth's tilt called obliquity that shifts every 41,000 years, and the movement of a low pressure band of clouds that is the Earth's largest source of heat and moisture—the Intertropical Convergence Zone, or ITCZ.
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