paleoclimate


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pa•le•o•cli•mate

(ˌpeɪ li oʊˈklaɪ mɪt; esp. Brit. ˌpæl i-)

n.
the climate of some former period of geologic time.
[1920–25]
Translations
paléoclimatpaléoclimatique
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Despite significance of age information for water resources, waste management, subsurface reactive transport, and paleoclimate, this parameter is always very difficult to assess.
At the university, she conducted research in paleoclimate studies.
If we are right, our study challenges decades of paleoclimate research," says Anders Meibom, the head of EPFL's Laboratory for Biological Geochemistry and a professor at the University of Lausanne.
2) Aerospace science and exploration are inextricably linked with weather, water, and climate research--from the usage of satellite-derived imagery to develop weather forecasts to the use of cosmogenic nuclides for dating paleoclimate archives.
levels, since the boundary conditions are different from the ice age," added Professor Gerrit Lohmann, leader of the Paleoclimate Dynamics group at the Alfred Wegener Institute.
Paleoclimate research suggests that the last time C[O.
This work documents palynofacies analysis, biostratigraphy, paleoclimate and thermal maturity of the early-middle Jurrasic Datta Formation.
Based on the sporopollen combination, primary clay mineral type and inorganic geochemical data, coal seams in the Guchengzi Formation of the Fushun Basin were deposited in the warm and humid paleoclimate [4, 7].
Yet, this is what a lot of scientists, myself included, depend on for a first pass idea of paleoclimate in an area--certain types of soils form in drier environments, others in wetter, others in cooler, that sort of thing.
With present-day emission rates, it's expected that we'll reach 600 ppm before the end of this century," says Simone Galeotti, a paleoclimate scientist at the University of Urbino in Italy.
What is left out of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change projections is paleoclimate data and the dynamics of fast and slow amplifying feedbacks, such as the release of methane trapped in Arctic ice.
Likewise, complex quantum chemical simulations based on the commercial software package Gaussian or paleoclimate simulations in geosciences over thousands of years could be continued almost without any code modifications, and the new system already attracts new users with applications e.