By this time each academic year, I find myself on the edge of being defensive with regards to the societal relevance of deep-time paleoclimate research. This is no doubt more a reflection of my attitude after weeks of interaction with an auditorium full of Nexters (post-date Generation X, if you haven’t kept up) in my course ‘Global Environmental Change: Modern and Ancient Perspectives’ rather than a function of the scientific issue as a whole. Most of these students appreciate processes in real-time but are taxed by the concept that projected future climatic conditions could affect them. Thus, it isn’t surprising...
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It’s All About Dating: From Nexters to Climate Change
PALAIOS (2003) 18 (4-5): 299–300.
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ISABEL P. MONTAÑEZ; It’s All About Dating: From Nexters to Climate Change. PALAIOS 2003;; 18 (4-5): 299–300. doi: https://doi.org/10.1669/0883-1351(2003)018<0299:IAADFN>2.0.CO;2
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