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Dating of lacustrine molluscan subfossil assemblages using AAR techniques to contextualize the introduction of Zebra mussels to a Wisconsin lake In order to accurately track paleoecological change, researchers must first gain detailed knowledge of respective sample dates and thus the degree of time-averaging among those samples. Understanding the degree of ...
High resolution isotope sclerochronology reflects seasonal cycle changes at Rocky Point, Belize between the last interglacial and present The last Pleistocene interglacial period is thought to be characterized by warmer temperatures, higher precipitation, higher sea level and lower ice volume than today due to different orbital forcing parameters at that ...