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Climate explained: what is an ice age and how often do they happen?

By Michael Petterson, Professor of Geology, Auckland University of Technology
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Three things define an ice age: Earth has to be cold enough for a long time, ice grows to cover significant areas, and it lasts for millions of years.

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