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HKU exhibition to showcase the last 65 million years of Climate Change

The Stephen Hui Geological Museum of HKU launched a new permanent exhibition on "Cenozoic Climate Change". The Cenozoic Era is the most recent geological period which spans from about 65 million years ago (Ma) to present. Paleoclimate proxies including marine sediments, loess, tree rings and marine microorganisms are displayed together with an ice core replica for the first time in Hong Kong.

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 Registry (CPAO)

 22nd April, 2015

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