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A view of a dry river in Ethiopia is pictured This chances in composition relative to the water temperature.
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Researchers analyzing a core of ocean sediment have traced the climate in northeast Africa back 200,000 years, revealing the region dried out and became cooler following a ‘Green Sahara’ wet phase, making it even drier than it is now.
Researchers worked with the curators of the Lamont-Doherty Core Repository to find a core sediment from northeast Africa dating back 55,000 to 70,000 years ago, or around the time genetic research indicates people migrated from Africa into Eurasia The researchers analyzed ocean sediment cores from the Horn of Africa dating back 200,000 years.