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palaeoecology

the study of the ecology of past environments through fossil organisms.
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Biodiversity baselines, thresholds and resilience: testing predictions and assumptions using palaeoecological data.
2006): Crater lakes of the pali Aike Volcanic Field as key sites for paleoclimatic and palaeoecological reconstructions in southern Patagonia, Argentina.
Climatic inferences from glacial and palaeoecological evidence at the last glacial termination, southern South America.
Juggins S (2007) Software for ecological and palaeoecological data analysis and visualisation.
Indeed, coupled with its palaeoecological setting, rainfall is seen as the key variable and, without sufficient quantity, it is claimed that the same processes could not have operated in the basin today.
To my knowledge, no palaeobotanical studies have been undertaken to lend support to this notion (the palaeoecological work of Saunders et al.
The knowledge of palaeoecological conditions is very important to understand the natural composition and dynamics of modern ecosystems for proper management and conservation.
Palaeoecological evidence of agricultural activity and human impact on the environment at the ancient settlement centre of Keava, Estonia.
Transitions to farming in Island Southeast Asia: Archaeological, biomolecular and palaeoecological perspectives.
In the South America, the available palaeoecological evidence suggests that "habitat tracking'' was a more influential phenomenon in the biota than "biome replacement" (BUSH; DE OLIVEIRA, 2006; COLINVAUX et al.
Fossil flora from the Himalayan foothills of Darjeeling District, West Bengal and its palaeoecological and phytogeographical significance.
Hawke DJ, Powell HKJ (1995) Soil solution chemistry at a Westland petrel breeding colony, New Zealand: palaeoecological implications.