deglaciated

deglaciated

(diːˈɡleɪsɪˌeɪtɪd)
adj
having had glaciation removed
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It happened when large territories of Lithuania and the Kaliningrad District were partly deglaciated, but the area of the Neman Delta and the northern part of the Sambian Peninsula were still occupied by dead ice (Guobyte & Jusiene 2007).
The Aleutians deglaciated 11,000 y ago (Stilwell and Kaufman, 1996); therefore, it appears that these two species are also persistent in these habitats once established.
5A) show typical signs of early lake ontogeny in recently deglaciated terrain, namely the presence of clayey sediments with very low percent loss on ignition (LOI), low BSi concentrations, and generally low diatom and chrysophyte concentrations (Fig.
Fire intentionally set to corral game increased during the Late Glacial as hunter-gatherers populations occupied deglaciated terraines (Heusser 2003, p.
2008, Intraplate seismicity of a recently deglaciated shield terrane: A case study from Northern Ontario, Canada: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v.
Recent data based on archeological evidence and environmental records suggest that humans entered the Americas from Beringia as early as 15,000 years ago, and the dispersal occurred along the deglaciated Pacific coastline," said Antonio Torroni of Universita di Pavia, Italy.
Living on the edge: the distribution of Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, in a recently deglaciated fjord.