American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A fossil large enough to be examined without a microscope.
- n. Any fossil large enough to be examined without a microscope.
“Current "macrofossil" evidence places the last-known mammoths and wild horses between 13,000 and 15,000 years ago.”
“Current "macrofossil" evidence places the last-known mammoths and wild horses between 15,000 and 13,000 years ago.”
“Palaeoclimate and tree-line changes during the Holocene based on pollen and plant macrofossil records from six lakes at different altitudes in northern Sweden.”
“Pollen and macrofossil records from the Torneträsk area in northern Swedish Lapland indicate optimal conditions for Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) from 6.3 to 4.5 ky BP  and records of treeline change in northern Sweden show high-elevation treelines around 6 ky BP .”
“Wisconsin environment of Interior Alaska: Pollen and macrofossil analysis of a 27 meter core from the Isabella Basin (Fairbanks, Alaska).”
“I haven't finished it yet finals, bleh, but I think it's definitely a useful book for anyone who's going to work on macrofossil accumulations.”
“There is a huge amount of evidence from a variety of independent proxies pollen and plant macrofossil data on land, diatoms, forams and alkenones in the ocean that high-latitude northern summers were warmer in the early Holocene.”
“(Hessen, central-west Germany) and the local impact of early Mesolithic people-pollen and macrofossil evidence.”
“Temperature reconstructions use a wide range of proxies including isotopic analysis of corals, speleothems, foraminifers, plus pollen and macrofossil assemblages.”
“Complex and organized multicellular macrofossil found in Gabon.”
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