Moist and stormy climate lashed California coast… eight,200 years in the past

An evaluation of stalagmite data from White Moon Cave within the Santa Cruz Mountains exhibits that 8200 years in the past the California coast underwent one hundred fifty years of exceptionally moist and stormy climate. That is the primary excessive decision report of how the Holocene chilly snap affected the California local weather.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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