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  • n. An expert in the field of palaeoecology


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  • I come to the topic from my research background as a palaeoecologist in Australia.


  • "What's unique is that we're drilling right next to the ice sheets," says David Harwood, a palaeoecologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a founding member of the Andrill project.

    New Scientist - Earth

  • Dr Alex Chepstow Lusty, a British palaeoecologist working for the French Institute for Andean Studies in Lima, Peru, said the clement weather also freed up men to fight in the Inca's ambition and expansionist Army.

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  • The researcher whose work is now public property, palaeoecologist Mike Baillie, says: "Sets of measurements made using personal expertise and involving specialised decision-making are no longer regarded as intellectual property.

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