holocene

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Englisch - Türkisch
holosen
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holosen (son 100 bin yılı kapsayan dönem)
holocene epoch
(Coğrafya) holosen evre
Englisch - Englisch
The Holocene epoch
Of a geologic epoch within the Neogene period from about 11,000 years ago to the present; the age of man
{i} present geologic epoch
epochs
Refers to a period of time between the present and 10,000 years before present Applied to rocks or faults, this term indicates the period of rock formation or the time of most recent fault slip Faults of this age are commonly considered active
A relatively warm epoch, marked by several short-lived particularly warm periods The most recent, from 6,200-5,300 y BP, is called the Holocene optimum It was characterized by increased precipitation and higher lake levels (Source: Mintzer, 1992)
A period of geologic time beginning about 8,000 years ago and continuing to the present
The epoch of the Quaternary period of geologic time from 10,000 years ago to the present
An epoch of the Quaternary period from the end of the Pleistocene epoch, 11,000 years ago, to the present
The period of time in earth's history, beginning about 12,000 years ago and continuing to the present day, comprising the current or most recent interglacial
The most recent geologic era; from about 10,000 years ago to the present The Holocene is the latest epoch of the Quaternary period
The present epoch of geologic time from approximately 10,000 years ago to the present View timeline of geologic events
This is the term given to the second part of the Quaternary, the period since the end of the last Ice-Age conventionally taken as 10,000 years ago
The post-Pleistocene geologic epoch characterized by fluctuating but generally moderate climates and modern faunal assemblages; dated circa 11,000 B P to the present (Moratto 1984: 590)
-Present geological epoch which commenced 10 000 years ago
approximately the last 10,000 years
Refers to a period of time between the present and 10,000 years before present Applied to rocks or faults, this term indicates the period of rock formation or the time of most recent fault slip Faults of this age are commonly considered active, based on the observation of historical activity on faults of this age in other locales Hypocenter The point within the Earth where an earthquake rupture initiates Also commonly termed the focus Intensity A subjective numerical index describing the severity of an earthquake in terms of its effects on the Earth's surface and on humans and their structures Several scales exist, but the ones most commonly used in the United States are the Modified Mercalli scale and the Rossi-Forel scale
Holocene Epoch
formerly Recent Epoch Latest interval of the Earth's geologic history, dating from 10,000 years ago to the present. The younger of the two epochs that constitute the Quaternary Period, the Holocene follows the last glacial stage of the Pleistocene Epoch. It is characterized by relatively warm climatic conditions. During this epoch humans have refined the skills that have led to the present level of civilization
Holocene period
earliest geological period in the Earth's history
holocene
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