paleotemperature

paleotemperature

[¦pāl·ē·ō′tem·prə·chər]
(geology)
The temperature at which a geologic process took place in ancient past.
The mean climatic temperature at a given time or place in the geologic past.
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Using the following two empirical formulas, we calculated the paleotemperature values [27]:
Using species-specific paleotemperature equations with foraminifera: a case study in the Southern California Bight.
The importance application of Geochemical studies on the carbonate rocks is determination of the primary mineralogy composition, sedimentary environment, Paleotemperature, rate of alteration, separating different diagenesis environments and diagenetic process [24,1,6].
On the isotopic chemistry of carbonates and a paleotemperature scale.
The climatic cycles of the Quaternary show periodicity related to Milankovitch orbital variations, but paleotemperature estimates from Antarctic ice cores show a strong correlation with abundance of carbon dioxide in the cores.
An underlying control, like upwelling, likely affected both paleotemperature and heterozoan production at this time.
Axelrod DI, Bailey HP (1969) Paleotemperature analysis of Tertiary floras.
shell] studies on modern Mesodesma clonacium specimens led to the establishment of a paleotemperature equation that was then applied to fossil shells to give an insight into ENSO event occurrences for the past 5,000 y in northern Chile (Carre et al.
The spatial distribution of paleotemperature, investigated both through forward modeling of basin processes and through inverse modeling of apatite fission track data, was favourable for biodegradation in every reservoir that is known to contain biodegraded oil (i.
Reevaluation of the oxygen isotopic composition of planktonic foraminifera: experimental results and revised paleotemperature equations.
A climatic model of the last glacial/interglacial transition based on paleotemperature and paleohydrological evidence, in Vogel (ed.