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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(107) According to Hulme, these contrasting positions comprise the opposing fallacies of climate determinism and indeterminism, where the former has commonly been adopted by geographers, palaeoclimatologists and archaeologists, and the latter by historians.
While this period in Island Southeast Asia has still seen relatively little attention from palaeoclimatologists, researchers are beginning to outline broad climate patterns for the region (Haberle 2000; Haberle, et al.
Palaeoclimatologists, like Prof Pearson, can then drill down into the ocean sediment and recover hundreds of perfectly preserved fossils.