paleohydrology

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paleohydrology

[¦pāl·ē·ō·hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The study of ancient hydrologic features preserved in rock.
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Palaeohydrology of the Kennet, Swallowhead Springs and the Sitting of Silbury Hill, English Heritage, Research Report Series 12-2012.
Palaeohydrology, fires and vegetation succession in the southern Baltic during the last 7500 years reconstructed from a raised bog based on multi-proxy data.
The environmental changes which have occurred during the Pleistocene and Holocene are reconstructed mainly through the palaeohydrology of the Caspian and Aral Seas and of palaeosols.
Salama RB (1997) Geomorphology, geology and palaeohydrology of the broad alluvial valleys of the Salt River System, Western Australia.
The palaeohydrology of the Late Pleistocene Lake Tauca on the Bolivian Altiplano and recent climatic fluctuations.
743-766 in Handbook of Holocene Palaeoecology and Palaeohydrology, (B.
1995, Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, Chronology and Palaeohydrology of Quaternary Lacustrine Deposits at Madigan Gulf, Lake Eyre, South Australia.
It is rare to find a detailed geological report accompanying a publication of a Sicilian project and Contino's chapter gives an authoritative account of the geology, physical geography and palaeohydrology from the uplands down to the coastal plain.
A new estimate of the Holocene lowstand level of Lake Titicaca, central Andes, and implications for tropical palaeohydrology.
On the other hand, they do not negate the contrast between lake palaeohydrology and pollen-inferred vegetation histories, because they are derived from the same sedimentary archives.