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palaeoclimate

(ˌpælɪəʊˈklaɪmət)
n
(Physical Geography) meteorol the climate of a prehistoric age
Translations
paléoclimatpaléoclimatique
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Adds the cruise's co-chief scientist Gisela Winckler, a geochemist and paleoclimatologist at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, "this is a key piece of the world climate system, because its where so much heat and carbon are exchanged between the ocean and the atmosphere.
14 in the journal Nature Geoscience."Really critical is the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere," said study co-author Stephen Meyers, a paleoclimatologist at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Boston College paleoclimatologist Jeremy Shakun told Science magazine that if future studies confirm this finding, it may not take much for the West Antarctic ice sheet to collapse completely.
With the kids stranded, Sam's father, paleoclimatologist Jack and his team set out on a desperate mission across the ice in an attempt to rescue them.
I am a geologist and paleoclimatologist. I have been involved in the climate debate for more than fifteen years.
Columbia University oceanographer and paleoclimatologist Peter B.
Radioactive fallout "is a widespread marker that qualifies for the rules that they need to follow to make a recommendation," says paleoclimatologist William Ruddiman of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, "but that doesn't mean that it's right, or that it makes sense."
Geoscientist Robert DeConto and paleoclimatologist David Pollard have spent decades testing and refining computer climate models.
Our evidence suggests that it was the most intense period of drought-probably due to frequent monsoon failure in the 5,000-year-long period we have examined, said David Hodell, a paleoclimatologist from Cambridge.
Eckhardt, professor of developmental genetics and evolution at Penn State, Maciej Henneberg, professor of anatomy and pathology at the University of Adelaide, and Kenneth Hsu, a Chinese geologist and paleoclimatologist, suggests that the single specimen on which the new designation depends, known as LB1, does not represent a new species.
"The Day After Tomorrow" offers a similar narrative of father-figure rescuing child, as paleoclimatologist Professor Jack Hall tries to save the United States from the effects of climate change and its rapidly returning Ice Age while also trying to save his son Sam, who has taken refuge in the New York Public Library, far north of the line of projected safety from freezing.
Lynn Ingram, a paleoclimatologist at the University of California-Berkeley and author of The West Without Water, says the 20th century was a rain-soaked anomaly compared to the region's long-term history.