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CORVALLIS, OR -- Two million year old ice found in Antarctica is helping to answer some questions about Climate Change and an Oregon Scientist is working on the project. OSU Scientist, Ed Brook says they measure carbon dioxide levels trapped in the ice and it helps them better understand the effects of climate change. Brook says that by increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere the average temperature will continue to rise. Brook and his team looked at trapped air bubbles to determine we are changing the earth’s system with our carbon dioxide output.

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