palaeoclimate


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palaeoclimate

(ˌpælɪəʊˈklaɪmət)
n
(Physical Geography) meteorol the climate of a prehistoric age
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paléoclimatpaléoclimatique
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With that said, we believe that nowadays, bivalve sclerochronochemistry could be applicable only in some sorts of archaeological, palaeoclimate and palaeoenvironmental studies (for references see Butler et al.
The group came to this conclusion after comparing the archaeological record of Neanderthal activity in Europe with palaeoclimate data extracted from stalagmites in two Romanian caves.
Folland, 2017: Summer North Atlantic Oscillation (SNAO) variability on decadal to palaeoclimate time scales.
Palaeoclimate analysis of southwestern Yukon Territory using subfossil chironomid remains from Antifreeze Pond.
It should also be noted that recent work utilising palaeoclimate information shows that these IPO cycles, and the multidecadal variability of dry and wet epochs associated with them, have been occurring for at least the last 1000 years (Lough 2007; Vance et al.
The taxonomic composition of the Dhok Pathan Formation fauna indicates that during the Late Miocene an arid palaeoclimate had been established in the Siwaliks, which supported pockets of forested areas.
Han, The Evolution of Salt Lake in Qaidam Basin and Palaeoclimate Fluctuation, Science Press, Beijing, 2007.
and Dmitriev, P.B.: 2016, Palaeoclimate and solar activity cyclicity 100-150 million years ago.
Pang et al., "Investigating extreme flood response to Holocene palaeoclimate in the Chinese monsoonal zone: a palaeoflood case study from the Hanjiang River," Geomorphology, vol.
Based on the above discussion, the [[delta].sup.13][C.sub.org] values indicate that higher terrestrial plants are dominated by [C.sub.3] plants, suggesting a cool and humid palaeoclimate. This agrees with the evidence of Upper Permian flora which matches with a cool, temperate climate [4, 74-77].