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When an ancient volcanic 'supereruption' caused sudden cooling, early humans got lucky

By Ben Black, Assistant Professor, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University
Anja Schmidt, Interdisciplinary Lecturer in Climate Modelling, University of Cambridge
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Toba eruption caused temperatures to plummet by up to 10°C in some regions – but not where most humans lived.

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