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recent

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.
An overview of how seismic liquefaction features can be distinguished from other features and how their regional distribution and properties can be used to infer the location and strength of Holocene paleo-earthquakes.
It could work: there is still one last exit for the Holocene.
All were between 5,000 and 9,000 years old, a period that marked the beginning of the Holocene epoch in Earth's history.
The acquired journals include: Health Science titles "Chronic Respiratory Disease," "Clinical Rehabilitation," "Clinical Trials," "Human and Experimental Toxicology," "Journal of Oncology Pharmacy Practice," "Lupus," "Multiple Sclerosis," "Nursing Ethics," "Palliative Medicine," "Perfusion," "Toxicology and Industrial Health," "Trauma" and "Vascular Medicine Review"; Geography titles "Process in Humar Geography," "The Holocene," "Progress in Physical Geography," "Cultural Geography" and "Progress in Development Studies"; and, History titles "Cultural and Social History," "German History" and "War in History"; Linguistics titles "Child Language Teaching and Therapy," "Language Teaching Research," "Language Testing" and "Second Language Research.
The interpretation of climatic conditions during the late Pleistocene and Holocene in Brazil suffers from a relative paucity of data, when contrasted to the vast territory that is under scrutiny.
In a tropical and geomorphologically active landscape often considered challenging both for early human occupation and for the preservation of hunter-gatherer sites, the newly discovered shell middens provide evidence for early to middle Holocene occupation and illustrate the potential for identifying and interpreting early open-air archaeological sites in western Amazonia," arcaheologists (http://www.