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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This means that the paleotemperature estimates made up to now are incorrect," says Sylvain Bernard, a CNRS researcher at the Paris-based Institute of Mineralogy, Materials Physics and Cosmochemistry and the study's lead author.
2004): Paleotemperature variations of Early Jurassic seawater recorded in geochemical trends of belemnites from the Basque--Cantabrian basin, northern Spain.
Using the following two empirical formulas, we calculated the paleotemperature values [27]:
Calibration of the alkenone paleotemperature index UK3 based on core-tops from the eastern South Atlantic and the global ocean (60[degrees]N-60[degrees]S).
Boltovskoy, "Note on the determination of absolute surface water paleotemperature by means of the foraminifer Globigerina bulloides d'Orbigny," Palaontologische Zeitschrift, vol.
Using species-specific paleotemperature equations with foraminifera: a case study in the Southern California Bight.
Paleotemperature reconstruction in tropical Africa using fossil Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera).
Using sediment records from each site, we infer conditions that existed before and after the WRA; we combine measures of ash deposition, paleoproduction, and chironomid community abundance with an independent paleotemperature record to develop an integrated picture of the impacts of the ash deposition event on past aquatic ecosystems.
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].
Maastrichtian paleotemperature and paleoprecipitation from the Guaduas Formation, Colombia.