Postglacial


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Postglacial

[pōst′glā·shəl]
(geology)
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nana findings are not frequent, and knowledge of the distribution of this species during the postglacial period is poor.
Paleoecological data suggest that during the Last Glacial Maximum this vegetation retreated to glacial refugia putatively located in southern Japan and/or southern China, followed by a postglacial recolonization.
Postglacial dispersal of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) on the Iberian Peninsula reconstructed from nested clade and mismatch analyses of the mitochondrial DNA genetic variation.
Differently from Estonian beaches that are stabilized by the postglacial land uplift to some extent, these beaches of the central Baltic Proper are mostly maintained by littoral drift of sandy sediment from neighbouring coastal sections.
Glacial and postglacial events get a full and satisfactory treatment that links familiar features (lakes, cliffs and creeks) to the processes that formed them.
A possible explanation for the relatively high plant diversity of the area is that postglacial forests in the valley serve as a transition zone that supports species with both western and eastern affinities.
Hydrochemisty of Stream Ordaining Sulfide Bearing Postglacial Sediment in Finland Water.
Watts' (9) postglacial sediments also indicated the presence of prairie-like areas of herbaceous species similar to Minnesota prairies.
Late Paleozoic glacial events and postglacial transgressions in Gondwana.
Righi D, Huber K, Keller C (1999) Clay formation and podzol development from postglacial moraines in Switzerland.

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