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geoarchaeological

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to geoarchaeology.

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Examples

  • Topics in the January issue of GEOLOGY include: evidence for Earth's earliest photosynthetic organisms functioning in a "hydrogen economy;" new geoarchaeological insights into ancient Phoenicia's harbors of Tyre and Sidon; results of a 40-year field study quantifying the connection between mechanical weathering and Earth's climate; and glacier advance in Pacific North America during the first millennium A.D.

    Science press releases

  • Beeton, an assistant professor of Earth Sciences, will briefly discuss geoarchaeological research he did over the past two summers.

    News/local from www.chieftain.com

  • Of the 97 geoarchaeological sites of this study that bridge the Pleistocene-Holocene transition (last deglaciation), approximately two thirds have a black organic-rich layer or

    Earthfiles.com Articles

  • N.w geoarchaeological research, carried out by Dr. Beverly N. Goodman of the University of Haifa, exposed evidence of four tsunami events on the coast of Caesarea

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • "There is a likely chance of tsunami waves reaching the shores of Israel," says Dr. Beverly Goodman of the Leon H. Charney School of Marine Sciences at the University of H.ifa following encompassing geoarchaeological research at the port of Caesarea.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • "Of the 97 geoarchaeological sites of this study that bridge the Pleistocene-Holocene transition (last deglaciation), approximately two thirds have a black organic-rich layer or

    RealClimate

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