multimillennial

multimillennial

(ˌmʌltɪmɪˈlɛnɪəl)
adj
relating to or encompassing several millennia
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Joos, 2018: Marine [N.sub.2]O emissions from nitrification and denitrification constrained by modern observations and projected in multimillennial global warming simulations.
Her intention, she says, was "to facilitate an anthropomorphic connection to a deep timescale otherwise too physiologically challenging for our brain to internalize." She was interested in investigating what it means "to capture a multimillennial lifespan in 1/60th of a second."
Its depth distribution and concentration have been used in South Island localities to infer hillslope erosion processes and to quantify erosion rates over multimillennial timescales (Roering et al.
Where instead does one show that Jews are a special community, a thing apart from America and prior to it, a people with their own multimillennial history, the American segment of which should be told in analytic terms consistent with the story of Jews in medieval and early modern Europe and back to Biblical times?
But the insider Vaidika Brahman today who continues the multimillennial task of oral transmission regards the Vedas as unitary and eternal, surely a perspective that is crucial to outsider understanding, but one that no outsider scholars, Indian or non-Indian, can afford to take in the academic world of historical-critical scholarship.