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At the blue hole’s bottom were alternating layers of thick, dark organic matter and thin white layers of coarse sands. “Looking at a long storm history is the best way to understand the relationship between hurricanes and climate in order to assess future risk,” Maio said. Historical records only go back a couple hundred years, if that, through ship logs and newspaper accounts.
Scientists like Maio are trying to fill in the timeline.
The surrounding blue-green waters leveled over reefy shallows.
From the back of a boat, Maio and a group of researchers lowered a metal tube to the blue hole’s floor 150 feet below to capture one of many sediment cores. In sum, they create a zebra-striped history of local hurricanes that possibly dates back 10,000 years.
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