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  • n. Plural form of paleoecologist.


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  • And there is yet another entry in the when-did-the-Anthropocene-begin conversation, coming from paleoecologists such as Paul Martin, well-known among the fraternity of scientists who are busy tracing the ecosystem-transforming impacts of humanity back even farther yet into shadowy reaches of prehistory, into times long before people made the revolutionary discovery of how to plant seeds and harvest plants.

    The Making of a New Biophilia: Evolutionary Governance and the Modern Creation Myth By Walter Truett Anderson

  • The presence of 'dune fields' beneath the forest indicates that the area may have become dry enough to turn into desert, although this is quite controversial and not accepted by all paleoecologists.

    Central Congolian lowland forests

  • Mr. McIntyre, you correctly point out a problem with some paleoecologists, but you fail to suggest a constructive solution.

    Rocky Mountain High #2 « Climate Audit

  • The paleoecologists make a similar error all the time when looking for relationships between past insect outbreaks and weather.

    Stumped in Alberta « Climate Audit

  • In 1970 a team of paleoecologists working in the Konya area had measured the water table near Çatalhöyük and found that it was less than a meter from the surface.

    The Goddess and the Bull

  • Whatever happened, paleoecologists estimate that 90 percent of marine species and a goodly fraction of terrestrial species died.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • But for paleoecologists, the most interesting observation is that with each advance and retreat of the ocean, the same groups of species returned, forming very similar ecosystems, again and again and again.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • By studying how plants and animals responded to prior climate upheavals, paleoecologists hope to shed light on what might be in store for us in years to come.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Because here I am, reading over this swell little science item that whipped through the newswires recently, all about how some paleoecologists just discovered some stunning prehistoric feathers locked in a tiny hunk of amber they calculate to be about, oh, 70 million years old.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • In a new research, paleoecologists are offering a new insight into how climate change will affect organisms.

    Medindia Health News


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