Definición de deglaciation en inglés:

deglaciation

Silabificación: de·gla·ci·a·tion
Pronunciación: /dēˌglāSHēˈāSHən, -ˌglāsē-
 
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sustantivo

Geology
1The disappearance of ice from a previously glaciated region.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Glaciation and deglaciation of the continents are important mechanisms for changing the volume of water in ocean basins.
  • The effects of deglaciation on tropical regions are not fully understood, but ambient temperatures at equatorial latitudes were cooler by approximately 5C during the last glacial maximum.
  • Then the amount of snowfall tapers off during the next 200 years of deglaciation.
1.1A period of geological time during which deglaciation takes place: the last deglaciation
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  • I know it's not as well understood - but what is the approximate time frame over which carbon dioxide values returned to normal after the catastrophic deglaciations in the late Precambrian?
  • The Younger Dryas Event is a climate reversal preceded and followed by abrupt warming during the deglaciation period about 11,000 years BP, according to the conventional chronology.
  • The difference between plant response to the Paelocene-Eocene warming and to the last deglaciation suggests that vegetation can't always respond quickly.

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