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Recent Blog Post

Do the tropics have an internal thermostat?

Published 2017-03-23

Photo: NCAR Science Daily March 6, 2017 New research findings show that as the world warmed millions of years ago, conditions in the tropics may have made it so hot some organisms couldn't survive. Longstanding theories dating to the 1980s suggest that as the rest of Earth warms, the tropical temperatures would be strictly limited, or regulated by an internal 'thermostat.' These theories are controversial, but the debate is of great importance because the tropics and subtropics comprise half of Earth's surface area, greater than half of Earth's biodiversity, as well as over half... (more)