interstadial


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interstadial

(ˌɪntəˈsteɪdɪəl)
adj, n
(Geological Science) another word for interglacial
[C20: from New Latin, from inter- + stadium stage]
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The time of the most recent common ancestor (tmrca) of the group (Khentii/Khingan divergence) is estimated as ~34 kya, thus falling into the MIS3 interstadial period when precipitation in northern Mongolia was high (Ma et al.
Several parameters, including interstadial development rates, host-finding rates, and mortality rates, were calibrated for each development stage of the population model.
Lakes Maumee, Whittlesey and Arkona appear to have developed between 17 and 15 ka, before the warm Bolling-Allerod interstadial. In contrast, Lake Warren is well dated at about 14.1 ka (Fig.
Edward Stilson's June 28 letter on climate change was informative and I benefited from his scholarly tutorial on the Pleistocene Epoch, interstadial periods, the anthropogenic effect, ocean currents and trigger events.
cajennense ticks are an experimental intrastadial vector, additional studies are needed to fully characterize the vector capacity of this species, particularly with regard to interstadial transmission.
Comparing these reconstructed areas for Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans during each of the climatic phases concerned, and by projecting each niche onto the subsequent climatic phases, Banks and colleagues determined that Neanderthals had the possibility to maintain their range across Europe during a period of less severe climatic conditions called Greenland Interstadial 8 (GI8).
Therefore, the Newport wood described in the present study and dated at 30,070 [+ or -] 240 y BP may be the first macrofossil record in Indiana during the time period associated with the Plum Point Interstadial.
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