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  • - glacial und fluvioglacial alluvial deposits, moraines and sediments in the pleistocene, that is, recent glaciation of the Andes.

    Chapter 17

  • Not a thing in the room existed in the pleistocene.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • And if that doesn't work, go for the political jugular: Governor Jindal, does this mean Louisiana science teachers can incorporate John McCain's first-hand account of pleistocene-era hominids into their lesson plans on evolution?

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Lessovo-ledovaya formatsia Vostochnoi Sibiri v pozdnem pleistocene i golocene.

    Carbon cycle and climate change in the Arctic

  • Megafauna extinction: A paleoeconomic theory of human overkill in the pleistocene [An article from: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization] by E. Bulte

    The Good News of Economic Collapse

  • Solar radiation, the source of all global warming, has varied by 15% during the pleistocene.

    Sound Politics: Global Warming Update

  • The linework for the aformentioned deliniations was derived from pleistocene forest refugia proposed by Prance and on regions of butterfly endemism.

    Napo moist forests

  • Palaeosols and palaeoenvironments during the late pleistocene hypothermal in northern Natal.

    Drakensberg montane grasslands, woodlands and forests

  • Pre-pleistocene refugia and differentiation between populations of the Caucasian salamander (Mertensiella caucasica).

    Biological diversity in the Caucasus

  • The latest word on Late pleistocene Titanis is that they probably weren't any, and that they probably didn't have those fascinating grasping wings either, life is full of disappointments:

    Terror birds

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