Postglacial


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Postglacial

[pōst′glā·shəl]
(geology)
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While this focus on Australia perhaps prevents a more global analysis of postglacial changes, it does serve as a strong introduction to an area of study which will likely be taken increasingly seriously as the complexity and detail of knowledge retained by non-literate societies becomes apparent.
Postglacial landscape changes and cyogenic processes in Picos de Europa (northern Spain) reconstructed from geomorphological mapping and microstructures on quartz grains.
Present-day grasslands outside the former geographical limits of Beringia in southern Yukon are also neither relicts nor analogues because their occurrence within the zone of Wisconsinan glaciation means that they are of postglacial origin.
The Earth's palaeorotation, postglacial rebound and lower mantle viscosity from analysis of ancient Chinese eclipse records.
Vestol, O.: 2006, Determination of postglacial land uplift in Fennoscandia from leveling, tide-gauges and continuous GPS stations using least squares collocation.
The radon levels in Marshall Formation overlain by glacial outwash sand and gravel and postglacial alluvium is 4.61 pCi/L, while the radon levels in Michigan Formation overlain by glacial outwash sand and gravel and postglacial alluvium is 3.81 pCi/L (Table 3).
Refugial persistence and postglacial recolonization of North America by the cold-tolerant herbaceous plant Orthilia secunda.
Near the Parvie fault, the longest known postglacial fault in the world (cf.
Simulation D2 further considers that the postglacial isostatic depression is filled up by a large water body (a lake or a sea) whose level is equal to present-day sea level.
Host density drives the postglacial migration of the tree parasite, Epifagus virginiana.
"Understanding the postglacial emergence of an unglaciated and biologically viable corridor between the retreating Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets is a key part of the debate on human colonisation of the Americas," the study authors wrote.

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