paleoecology

[n] - the branch of ecology that studies ancient ecology
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paleoecology

palaeoecology noun the branch of ecology that studies ancient ecology
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paleoecology

(from the article `Silurian Period`) ...that commonly conformed to ecological zonation. One way in which zonation expresses itself is through bathymetric gradients (changes in light, ...
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paleoecology

paleoecology Ecology that deals with fossil organisms.
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Paleoecology

The study of the relationships between ancient plants and animals and their environments.
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Paleoecology

Paleoecology (also spelt palaeoecology) uses data from fossils and subfossils to reconstruct the ecosystems of the past. It involves the study of fossil organisms and their associated remains (e.g. shells, teeth, pollen, and seeds), which can be used to interpret their life cycle, living interactions, natural environment, communities, and manner o
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