palaeoecology

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palaeoecology

the study of the ecology of past environments through fossil organisms.
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Washington, November 5 (ANI): In a new research, paleoecologists are offering a new insight into how climate change will affect organisms.
Although the field was viewed as promising in that novel approaches to taxonomic and biogeography problems were being developed, colleges and universities were hiring few paleoecologists.
Proper recognition of shell damage is even more important to paleoecologists who cannot make direct observations of predation but can often find shells preserved in the fossil record.
Phytoliths; a comprehensive guide for archaeologists and paleoecologists.
Difficulty in identifying specimens should not discourage paleoecologists from using these specimens in their analysis.
Sessions overran their scheduled times by at least 3 hours each night as snow chemists encountered microbiologists who'd never known what paleoecologists thought of snow physics.