postglacial


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post·gla·cial

 (pōst-glā′shəl)
adj.
Relating to or occurring during the time following a glacial period.

postglacial

(pəʊstˈɡleɪsɪəl)
adj
(Geological Science) formed or occurring after a glacial period, esp after the Pleistocene epoch
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Adj.1.postglacial - relating to or occurring during the time following a glacial period
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postglacial

[ˈpəʊstˈgleɪsɪəl] ADJposglacial
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This "misfit channel" had been scoured by postglacial runoff, like many others in southern Alberta, and provided excellent permanent pasture.
It is impossible to analyse the technical and thematic aspects of postglacial motifs without considering the possible link to earlier hunter-gatherer art.
Farrand's early research concerned the Late Glacial paleoecology, Pleistocene ice volumes and sea-level lowering, postglacial uplift in North America, and the dynamics of continental glaciation.
Recent postglacial range expansion drives the rapid diversification of a songbird lineage in the genus Junco.
Genetic diversity, but not hatching success, is jointly affected by postglacial colonization and isolation in the threatened frog, Rana latastei.
The oldest postglacial presence of dwarf birch in northeastern Poland was described by Wacnik (2009) based on the pollen record from Lake Milkowskie (Mazury Lakeland, Fig.
Determination of postglacial land uplift in Fennoscandia from levelling, tide-gauges and continuous GPS stations using least squares collocation, Journal of Geodesy 80: 248-258.
Alternatively, this pattern might have been caused by rapid postglacial range expansion of P.
The basal Ruhuhu section includes postglacial, early Permian lacustrine shales which are modelled to have reached oil mid-maturity in the basin and are related to shales which have sourced the heavy oil in the Bemolanga tar sands of Madagascar which have reported resources of 22 billion barrels.
Postglacial rebound decreases the Earth's moment of inertia, which increases the Earth's spin angular speed, and thereby decreases the LOD.

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