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  • n. An ecologist whose speciality is paleoecology


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  • Dr. Chris Hunt, a paleoecologist, had a very different perspective: "I actually see the creation of the world in the Bible as a parable of what really happened for those who weren't able to understand in more depth all that time ago."

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  • "Many of the impacts of [other environmental threats] could in time be reversed," says paleoecologist David Burney of Fordham University.

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  • What this study shows is that it already happened in the past, said paleoecologist Micha Ruhl of Utrecht University, whose findings are published July 21 in

    Ars Technica

  • To pin down when the megafauna vanished, paleoecologist Jacquelyn Gill of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her colleagues analyzed fossil dung, pollen and charcoal from ancient lake sediments in Indiana.

    Scientific American

  • "This is a great study which will increase our understanding of past climates in this region," says Peter T. Doran, a paleoecologist at the

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  • Foster is an ecologist and an environmental historian - a paleoecologist - concerned with the long-term processes that have shaped the land, like fires, floods, 18th-century forestry practices and Colonial farming.

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  • One of the researchers, paleoecologist Alex Chepstow-Lusty of the French Institute of Andean Studies, told an interviewer the Incas "were highly organized and they had a sophisticated (society), but it wouldn't have counted a jot without being underpinned by the warming of the climate."

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  • University of Michigan paleoecologist Catherine Badgley and colleagues conducted a long-term study of fossils from northern Pakistan and determined two species of giraffe, several rhinos and five elephant relatives, along with rodents, bush pigs, horses, antelope and apes, once inhabited that region.

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  • Results of the study, by University of Michigan paleoecologist Catherine Badgley and coworkers, are scheduled to be published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences the week of Aug. 18.


  • Millar, a California-based research paleoecologist with the U.S.

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