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  • noun The study of past ecologies by using the evidence of fossils

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  • noun the branch of ecology that studies ancient ecology

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  • Disciplines such as palaeoecology [using fossils to reconstruct past ecosystems] and phylogeography have helped elucidate how this poleward expansion occurred.

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  • Disciplines such as palaeoecology [using fossils to reconstruct past ecosystems] and phylogeography have helped elucidate how this poleward expansion occurred.

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  • Disciplines such as palaeoecology [using fossils to reconstruct past ecosystems] and phylogeography have helped elucidate how this poleward expansion occurred.

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  • Disciplines such as palaeoecology [using fossils to reconstruct past ecosystems] and phylogeography have helped elucidate how this poleward expansion occurred.

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  • While the role of refugial isolation remains speculative for most rainforest systems, the contraction of Australia's tropical rainforests into isolated refugia during cooler, drier climatic conditions is well documented, with parallel evidence from disparate sources such as palaeoecology comparative mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) phylogeographies

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  • Its name commemorates Voli Voli Cave (one of the discovery sites) and Atholl Anderson, well known for his many contributions to the prehistory and palaeoecology of south-west Pacific islands.

    The small, recently extinct, island-dwelling crocodilians of the south Pacific

  • Fortunately, Alvarenga & Höfling (2003) looked at phorusrhacids anew and reviewed all the taxa, providing information on historical taxonomy, palaeoecology, and phylogenetic affinities.

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  • Fortunately, Alvarenga & Höfling (2003) looked at phorusrhacids anew and reviewed all the taxa, providing information on historical taxonomy, palaeoecology, and phylogenetic affinities.

    Terror birds

  • They demonstrate the close interconnection between landforms and paedogenesis, palaeochemistry, climatology, archaeology, archaeomagnetism, radio-carbon dating, palaeoecology and faunal extinction.

    Willandra Lakes Region, Australia

  • Its name commemorates Voli Voli Cave (one of the discovery sites) and Atholl Anderson, well known for his many contributions to the prehistory and palaeoecology of south-west Pacific islands.

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