Postglacial


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Postglacial

[pōst′glā·shəl]
(geology)
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A large number of rhythmic geomorphic patterns were found from LiDAR images and high-resolution elevation data on the non-tidal seacoasts of Estonia subject to postglacial uplift.
The radon levels in Marshall Formation overlain by glacial outwash sand and gravel and postglacial alluvium is 4.
Refugial persistence and postglacial recolonization of North America by the cold-tolerant herbaceous plant Orthilia secunda.
According to the theory of postglacial range expansions, the area of central Europe was, after the end of the last (Vistulian) glaciation, colonized by species from different glacial refuges situated in south-eastern and south-western Europe.
This calculation is based on a gravitationally self-consistent postglacial sea level theory that accounts for the deformational, gravitational, and rotational effects of the changing ice + water load (Kendall et al.
mainly transmitted through the embryos of the seeds (Mogensen, 1996) that permit the elucidation of genetic divergent patterns and postglacial migration routes (McCauley, 1994).
Using plant remains, such as seeds and pollen, she investigates postglacial landscapes, especially in relation to Alberta's human history.
Geologia glacial y postglacial del valle de la quebrada Saisay, Andes Centrales Venezolanos (Estado Merida).
tessellata to the mountains of northern Pakistan is discussed in regards to postglacial expansion speed and routes, available period during the Holocene, habitat requirement, competition with another semi-aquatic water snake, Xenochrophis piscator, and potential misidentification with the latter species.

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