Ice Ages. Pleistocene 3 M.y. Permian 250-220 M.y. Ordovician 450 M.y. Precambrian 900-650 M.y. (Snowball Earth) 2300 M.y . . Take-Away Points. The recent period of ice advances since 2.5 million years ago is called the Pleistocene
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Cool Summers More Important Than Cold Winters
Can’t be the whole story-have operated throughout earth history
Mountain-building favors cooling
Global ice cover
Weathering and erosion shut down
Volcanoes continue to erupt CO2
At 10% CO2, abrupt warming begins
Go from –50 C to +50 C in 10,000 years?
Implications for life?
Within Earth (Endogenic)
Outside Earth (Exogenic)
Don't Really Know