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adjective fresh, lately, new, newly arrived, not long past, novel, of recent occurrence, up-to-date
Associated concepts: in recent memory, recent possession, recently
See also: current, novel, present
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Recent studies of Holocene vertical crustal movements have revealed that against the background of the overall subsidence of the Baltic syncline there exist several stable or slightly uplifting blocks, probably followed by active faults--the Leba, Sambian and Klaipeda tectonic blocks (Aizberg et al.
The golden spike for the Holocene is inside an ice core collected from Greenland and kept chilled in a freezer at the University of Copenhagen.
Ombrotrophic peat bogs from the Holocene may provide the closest point of comparison to the present study.
In the Cajas National Park (western Ecuadorian Andes), the pattern was similar, the early Holocene showed warmer conditions than at present (Colinvaux et al.
In this paper, a comprehensive review of pollen records of Betula, Carpinus, Fagus, Taxus and Tilia in the SCS is presented, in order to show their evolution throughout the Holocene as well as their responses to climatic and anthropogenic disturbances.
During the first millennia of the Holocene, the northern hemisphere was relatively warm.
From bottom to top, the plain consists of a Paleocene unit, a non-marine Pleistocene unit, a non-marine Holocene unit, flood deposits after the Holocene climatic optimum and human-made deposits.
These results provide new evidence for human occupation in Ngarrindjeri ruwe during the Holocene that spans ca 8400 calBP to the present.
EARLY HOLOCENE LONG-DISTANCE OBSIDIAN TRANSPORT IN CENTRAL-SOUTH PATAGONIA
ESA Renewables' professional team worked closely with Holocene leadership in meeting part of the state's Renewable Portfolio Standard,” said Ralph Thompson, President of Holocene.
Thus, the specimen of the yellow-nosed cotton rat potentially could be either Holocene or Pleistocene in age.
In the latter area, Holocene sediments are either absent or correspond to a sand unit shaped by currents.