Specialists in oceanography and the study of climate change have studied fossil remains of planktonic foraminifera from the Gulf of Mexico with the aim of investigating temperature, salinity and oceanic productivity during the last deglaciation. The results show hydrographic changes deduced from this approach, which implied a change in climate at a global scale. This has allowed scientists to project the consequences of climate change currently affecting the planet due to global warming.
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