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A 60,000-year meterological record. Jim Russell prepares a specimen from a Lake Towuti sedimentary core for analysis. It’s estimated that Lake Tuwuti sediments have recorded up to 800,000 years of climate data. Image credit: Mike Cohea/Brown University

A 60,000-year meterological record. Jim Russell prepares a specimen from a Lake Towuti sedimentary core for analysis. It’s estimated that Lake Tuwuti sediments have recorded up to 800,000 years of climate data. Image credit: Mike Cohea/Brown University

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