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The Ancient Bristlecone Pine
Leonard Miller

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Henri Grissino-Mayer

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Tree-Ring Data
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Tree Rings
Bruce Palmer, Missouri Conservationist Online, Oct. 1996

Tree Rings: A Study of Climate Change
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Ice Cores
Antarctic Ice Cores and Environmental Change
Australian Antarctic Division

Bowen, Mark, "Thompson's Ice Corps". Natural History, February 1998, p. 28.

Coral Reefs
1997 El Niño a Potential Threat to Coral Reefs
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Coral Paleoclimatology: What can corals tell us about climate?
NOAA Office of Global Programs

Garni, Anita, The Oceans Atlas. Dorling Kindersley: London, New York, Stuttgart, 1994.

How has the Earth's Climate Changed? Coral Cores May Tell the Tale
NOAA Reporter's Tip Sheet #7

Research Article: Corals-Providing a Baseline for Climate Change
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