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Geological interest in Earth’s orbital variations harks back to the discovery of the Pleistocene ice ages in the 1840 by Louis Agassiz, who convinced numerous prominent geologists that the “drift” that covered much of northern Europe was not a relict of the biblical deluge but of a great ice sheet (Imbrie and Imbrie, 1979). What had caused this to happen?

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