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sta·di·al

 (stā′dē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to discrete stages of development: stadial theories of history.
n.
A comparatively brief period of climatic cooling during an interglacial, often characterized by glacial advances.

stadial

(ˈsteɪdɪəl)
n
a stage in the development of a glacier, or a stage in a period of glaciation, when the temperature falls and more ice is formed
adj
belonging or relating to a stadial
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In addition, regional particularities and development of true circulation and exchange networks can clearly be observed for the Middle Magdalenian during the Heinrich Stadial.
Such gorges, clearly seen in the highland's hummock of the Baltic (Pomeranian) Stadial, have developed Odra, Vistula, Nemunas, and Dwina rivers, only.
These genres in particular were able to function in this way, I shall argue, because in the early Victorian period they were organised around contrasting spatiotemporal logics that also--through the stadial theory, of political econom--informed the principles of systematic colonisation.
In the first section, I outline features and operations that are distinctive to settler cities in broad terms, and unpack and examine the associated problem of Indigenous erasure in much traditional urban and geographical literature by exploring some of the interrelated conceptual, political, and historiographical factors that may contribute to it, with a close look at the powerful ideas of stadial theory that have underpinned and shaped such approaches to urban scholarship.
during the Port Huron stadial with a northern shoreline controlled by the position of the Port Huron moraine.
That, for example, "the fact that women from 'civilized' Western societies identified so insistently with the condition of African slaves offers [an] ironic commentary on stadial theory" (39).
Conform metodologiei studiului, esantionul este "probabilist, stadial, cu stratificare in primul stadiu, in functie de (1) tipul institutiei (administratie publica locala, servicii deconcentrate, administratie publica centrala), (2) tipul localitatii de resedinta (4 tipuri de localitati urbane si 3 tipuri de localitati rurale), si (3) aria culturala (18 arii culturale, conform schemei Sandu de esantionare), si este reprezentativ la nivel national" (p.
One is what can be referred to as the glottogonic assumption, the chief representative of which was stadial typology, an approach cultivated most vigorously by N.
55) The Younger Dryas stadial, after the last glaciation, was a brief, cold climate period at the end of the Pleistocene between about 10,700 and 9,500 BC (http://en.
The stadial model of civilization, promulgated by the Scottish Enlightenment, encouraged a form of cultural relativism; British observers of the Pacific now often reported witnessing their "own" culture in a pre-Roman, or pre-Phoenician, incarnation.
Since the beginning of research into the deglaciation history of Estonia, the Haanja Stade has always been considered the oldest Late Weichselian stadial on Estonian territory.
Smith, unpublished data) and dust deposited in the Tasman Sea was at moderate levels after increasing in the 70-80 ka (marine isotope Stage 4) stadial period (Hesse 1994; Kawahata 2002).