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palaeobotanical

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of paleobotanical.

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Examples

  • Palynological and palaeobotanical studies in the southern Cape.

    KwaZulu-Cape coastal forest mosaic

  • Botany Bunbury published numerous contributions on palaeobotanical subjects, a science with which his name will always be associated as one of those who materially assisted in raising the study of Fossil Plants to a higher scientific level.

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2

  • He began to write on palaeobotanical subjects in 1841; among his most important publications, apart from the numerous papers contributed to scientific societies, the following may be mentioned: "Flora Tertiaria Helvetiae," 1855-59; the

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 2

  • The critical role of CO2 and CH4 in governing past climates is demonstrated by correlations of palaeobotanical evidence (plant stomata pore density), glacial sediments and carbon mass balance calculations (Berner, 2004; Beerling and Berner, 2005; Royer, 2006; Royer et al.,

    The Price of the Earth

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