palaeoenvironmental love



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  • adj. Alternative spelling of paleoenvironmental.


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palaeo- +‎ environmental


  • Or, "The excellent preservation of plant and animal biomarkers suggests that there is significant potential for midden-derived biomarkers to provide long-term palaeoenvironmental proxies," as the authors put it in technical terms.

    Ars Technica

  • In response, one might say that existing formal boundaries within deep geological time do not typically have such a deleterious scientific effect; more typically the research carried out to establish them illuminates the complex course of palaeoenvironmental history.

    The Anthropocene Epoch

  • Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental reconstructions from a permafrost sequence (North Siberian Lowland, SE Taymyr Peninsula) - a multidisciplinary case study.

    Late-Quaternary changes in arctic terrestrial ecosystems, climate, and ultraviolet radiation levels

  • The aim was to collect additional data with which a detailed palaeoenvironmental reconstruction can be made for the period from the end of the so-called Beyshehir Occupation Phase (BO Phase), which lasted from approximately 2,230 to 1,550 years before the present until the present day.

    Palynological Survey « Interactive Dig Sagalassos – City in the Clouds

  • ABSTRACT: Previous attempts to determine palaeoenvironmental preferences in dinosaurs have generally been qualitative assessments based upon data from restricted geographical areas.

    Neoceratopsian publications for 2008

  • Here, we use a global database of Cretaceous herbivorous dinosaurs to identify significant associations between clades and broad palaeoenvironmental categories ‘terrestrial’, ‘coastal’, ‘marine’.

    Neoceratopsian publications for 2008

  • A re-appraisal of the palaeoenvironmental history in Central Africa: evidence for a major fluvial refuge in the Zaire Basin.

    Western Congolian swamp forests

  • Indeed, new evidence arising from archaeological and palaeoenvironmental studies at Kuk Swamp in the Western Highlands Province suggests a very long history of banana cultivation in Papua New Guinea dating back to at least 7000 years ago and possibly as long ago as 10 000 years (Denham et al. 2003).

    Boing Boing: July 17, 2005 - July 23, 2005 Archives

  • Evaluating the models using global palaeoenvironmental datasets, Quaternary Science Reviews, 19, 321-346, 2000.

    GCMs and Ice Ages « Climate Audit

  • Subsequently, construction was halted and methodical archaeological excavations took over, aiming to better identify, salvage, and preserve the architectural, artifactual, anthropological, and palaeoenvironmental records which could be potentially retrieved from the site.

    Fallen Heroes Bulletin Board


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