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Carbon-14 record for last 1,100 years (inverted scale). Solar activity events labeled.

{{ImageNote|id=1|x=340|y=330|w=10|h=10|dimx=1000|dimy=402|style=2}} Changes in carbon-14 concentration in the Earth's atmosphere, which serves as a long term proxy of solar activity. Note the present day is on the right-hand side of this figure. {{ImageNoteEnd|id=1}}

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 (del) (cur) 11:10, 24 November 2005 . . Dragons flight . . 1000x402 (34130 bytes) (cleaner version)
 (del) (rev) 23:48, 21 February 2005 . . SEWilco . . 1002x317 (24858 bytes) (Carbon-14 record for last 1,100 years (inverted scale). Solar activity events labeled. PD-USGov-Interior-USGS Source:
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